Should each persons DNA code be public information available to anyone who wants it?

Asked by: acaron18769
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  • Gross violation of privacy

    I can't think of a single element of everyone's life that is "public information available to anyone who wants it". Sex offenders are registered, losing some right to privacy because of criminal acts. Public officials have less privacy in their finances because being in public office has necessitated such loss. Other examples of select groups of individuals losing some aspect of privacy for various reasons abound, but for EVERYONE to have access to something like this WITHOUT EVEN A GIVEN REASON.... Absolutely not.

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