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Daily Dashboard | Maryland, Montana pass laws on DNA use for criminal investigations Related reading: Roe v. Wade reversal sends ripples through privacy world

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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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