Forensic DNA databases, first introducedin the 1990s to track convicted violent felons, today store and permanently retain the DNA of 10 million people, manyof whom have never beenconvicted of a crime.
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Title: Forensic DNA Database Expansion: Growing Racial Inequities, Eroding Civil Liberties, Diminishing Returns
Publication date 2011-11-21
Publication Year 2011
North America / United States
, forensic DNA
, DNA samples
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