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Compulsory inclusion of non-felons DNA by any government database is unjust

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Started: 10/4/2018 Category: People
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Posted by Block19 3 years ago
Block19
You are right, We don't. I don't think wasting our time looking into conspiracy theories is an adequate response.
Posted by FanboyMctroll 3 years ago
FanboyMctroll
voluntarily for NOW

Lets hope it stays that way, But you never know what measures the government will implement in the future
Posted by Block19 3 years ago
Block19
I am aware of those private companies, But that is the point, Those are private companies who can only run on a voluntarily basis.
Posted by DeletedUser 3 years ago
DeletedUser
You're right, It is outrageous how much control the government has these days
Posted by DeletedUser 3 years ago
DeletedUser
You're right, It is outrageous how much control the government has these days
Posted by FanboyMctroll 3 years ago
FanboyMctroll
except it's hard to prove and nobody is spending millions in court fees trying to prove it, But it happens all the time, Your personal information is sold every day to data mining sites from all loyalty programs and any place you give your information to, Including insurance companies and banks.

Hell, Google is data mining your info right now, How do you think you get all those adds tailored to you popping up. You are constantly under surveillance.
Posted by DeletedUser 3 years ago
DeletedUser
@fanboymctroll- true, That does happen sometimes but is very rare and is prosecutable
Posted by FanboyMctroll 3 years ago
FanboyMctroll
@ Block19 - the voluntary DNA registry is already out there. It's called Ancestry. Com, You swab your mouth send the sample back to them, They send you the info on your DNA and then they sell your info to insurance companies and other data mining corporations.
Posted by Block19 3 years ago
Block19
Kavanaugh was caught lying under oath in that senate confirmation hearing. That is an fact.
Posted by Block19 3 years ago
Block19
I do think that a mandatory government registry of all american citizens' and residents' DNA would be an unreasonable invasion of privacy. There is just far too much information that could be extracted from an individuals DNA, And unfortunately due to the Patriot Act, I don't trust government agents to properly handle that kind of information. Now if politicians would be advocating for a voluntary list that the public could register themselves on, And politicians could specify the benefits of such a database, Then i might consider it.
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