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Daily Dashboard | Company allows users to opt out of sharing DNA results with law enforcement Related reading: US House lawmakers introduce resolution on AI ethics

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Following the discovery that gene-testing FamilyTreeDNA voluntarily allowed law enforcement agencies to access its DNA database, the company announced it will allow customers to opt out of sharing their DNA with law enforcement, reports U.S. News & World Report. In an email to users, the company explained users can update their Matching Preferences to ban matching with profiles created by law enforcement and added that accounts that have been flagged as EU accounts were automatically opted out of the Law Enforcement Matching. The updated terms of service and privacy statement also require law enforcement to go through a "separate process" that will be tracked by the company.
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