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DNA sharing leads to privacy concerns

With the advent of DNA sharing with private companies so consumers can learn more about their ancestors and health, there are growing concerns over privacy issues. Companies like AncestryDNA and 23andMe say they can connect you with relatives you might not know exist. In some cases, that could mean sharing your information with someone you don't want to know.
With the advent of DNA sharing with private companies so consumers can learn more about their ancestors and health, there are growing concerns over privacy issues. Companies like AncestryDNA and 23andMe say they can connect you with relatives you might not know exist. In some cases, that could mean sharing your information with someone you don't want to know. 4:41