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DNA Databases

Author: Stefan Kiesbye
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, 2011.
Series: At issue., Civil liberties.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"DNA Databases: Society Will Benefit from Sharing Information in DNA Databases; Biometric Identification and DNA Databases Are Dangerous to the Public; DNA Databases Help in the Fight Against Crime; Gaps in DNA Databases Prevent Police from Solving Crimes; State DNA Databases Help Solving Crimes; Fighting Crime with DNA Samples Comes With Great Risks; DNA Privacy Violations Are a Serious Problem; Mathematical Tools  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Kiesbye
ISBN: 9780737758900 0737758902 9780737758917 0737758910
OCLC Number: 707965482
Description: 100 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Society will benefit from sharing information in DNA databases / J. Craig Venter --
Biometric identification and DNA databases are dangerous to the public / Ethan Jacobs --
DNA databases help in the fight against crime / Richard Hurst --
Gaps in DNA databases prevent police from solving crimes / Associated Press --
State DNA databases help solve crimes / P. Solomon Banda --
Fighting crime with DNA samples comes with great risks / Liliana Segura --
DNA privacy violations are a serious problem / Emily Ramshaw --
DNA databases harm children and crime victims / David Pollard --
Police violate citizens' rights to obtain DNA samples / James Slack --
DNA databases help find the missing and identify human remains / Michael A. Fuoco --
Familial DNA searches might harm innocent people / Jessica Cerretani --
DNA databases can help determine a person's identity / Michael Warren --
DNA databases can help in the fight against animal cruelty / American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).
Series Title: At issue., Civil liberties.
Responsibility: Stefan Kiesbye, book editor.

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"DNA Databases: Society Will Benefit from Sharing Information in DNA Databases; Biometric Identification and DNA Databases Are Dangerous to the Public; DNA Databases Help in the Fight Against Crime; Gaps in DNA Databases Prevent Police from Solving Crimes; State DNA Databases Help Solving Crimes; Fighting Crime with DNA Samples Comes With Great Risks; DNA Privacy Violations Are a Serious Problem; Mathematical Tools Will Protect DNA Privacy; DNA Databases Harm Children and Crime Victims; Police Violate Citizens' Rights to Obtain DNA Samples; DNA Databases Can Help Find Missing Persons and Identify Human Remains; Familial DNA Searches Might Harm Innocent People; DNA Databases Can Help Determine a Persons' Identity; DNA Databases Might Lead to Mass Surveillance and Identity Fraud; DNA Databases Can Help in Fight Against Animal Cruelty"--

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