Jay Antico, manager of clinical lab, stands before tubes of saliva that consumers have sent to Ancestry for DNA analysis on April 12, 2018 at the Illumina headquarters in La Jolla, Cal. Ancestry, a Utah-based company, contracts with Illumina to conduct the laboratory analysis that has attracted millions of customers but also raised long-term privacy concerns.
Jay Antico, manager of clinical lab, stands before tubes of saliva that consumers have sent to Ancestry for DNA analysis on April 12, 2018 at the Illumina headquarters in La Jolla, Cal. Ancestry, a Utah-based company, contracts with Illumina to conduct the laboratory analysis that has attracted millions of customers but also raised long-term privacy concerns. Stuart Leavenworth McClatchy
Jay Antico, manager of clinical lab, stands before tubes of saliva that consumers have sent to Ancestry for DNA analysis on April 12, 2018 at the Illumina headquarters in La Jolla, Cal. Ancestry, a Utah-based company, contracts with Illumina to conduct the laboratory analysis that has attracted millions of customers but also raised long-term privacy concerns. Stuart Leavenworth McClatchy

You sent spit for private DNA analysis. How long before the police get it?

April 27, 2018 01:50 PM