Vera Eidelman

DNA expert for the American Civil Liberties Union

DNA expert for the American Civil Liberties Union

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DNA can help you build your family tree, find out where your relatives came from, find a parent you’ve been searching for (or a sibling or distant relatives you may not have been…

Privacy concerns over the use of genealogical databases

DNA can help you build your family tree, find out where your relatives came from, find a parent you’ve been searching for (or a sibling or distant relatives you may not have been…

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