7 November 2019
By Adam Vaughan
The two biggest genetic genealogy sites are hoping to introduce major new security measures to protect the DNA of millions of people, following recent concerns over risks to genetic privacy.
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Anyone who takes a direct-to-consumer DNA test with a company such as 23andMe can download the raw data and upload it to third parties, often to help them find relatives.
Researchers last week showed how attackers could upload faked DNA profiles to create family matches for users of one leading genetic genealogy site, GEDmatch. Another …