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Daily Dashboard | Maryland, Montana pass laws on DNA use for criminal investigations Related reading: US executive order will address brokers' sensitive data transfers to 'countries of concern'



The New York Times reports on two U.S. state privacy laws that restrict law enforcement's use of genetic information. Maryland passed legislation requiring investigators to obtain approval from a judge before they can upload DNA markers from a crime scene to scan genealogy websites for a suspect. In Montana, law enforcement must get a search warrant to monitor a consumer DNA database unless the individual has waived their right to privacy.
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