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really want to know more about what the pentagon sees as the potential for "unintended security consequences and increased risk to the joint force and mission” posed by members of the military doing home dna testing. https://t.co/mynXbumhrH— Libby Copeland (@libbycopeland) December 27, 2019
Great reporting. And yes, we collaborate too much with our own surveillance (“he said, typing on his phone.”https://t.co/RKPzBWoEBu— Olivier Knox (@OKnox) December 27, 2019
In addition, keep this in mind if you are a direct blood relative of a soldier.— Chris Vickery (@VickerySec) December 24, 2019
Don't get your brother/sister tracked or killed in the field just because you wanted to know whether your family is mostly from Switzerland or not.
That's how DNA works.https://t.co/wv958j4cqB
Always always ALWAYS be aware of where your data is going, who is handling it, how it is stored.— Idea Tree Solutions (@IdeaTreeSolns) December 29, 2019
There’s no such thing as a system that exists in a vacuum away from prying eyes, or by corporations that want to profit off of its users. https://t.co/Ll4HKrEJDT
https://t.co/ww2eljT3zD— Karolien Haese (@Karolien1231) December 26, 2019
When personal DNA tests conduct to a debate inside Pentagone, than it is really time to imagine that DNA is already seen as a potential selection criteria in the future. The dark site of eugenics should never be forgotten. @VOGT_Guillaume @StoekleC
According to experts I’ve spoken with, there are three likely concerns. 1) somehow IDing and tracking covert personnel 2) uncovering compromising health and family info 3) discovering officially approved military personnel aren’t medically sound. https://t.co/GoHJdM6PFY— Jacob Ward (@byjacobward) December 23, 2019
“U.S. intel officials are concerned about how DNA testing will affect the ability to operate worldwide, says former SR intel official, who pointed to rise of DNA swab tests at some int’l airports as one factor in a decline in CIA personnel using aliases while travelling abroad.” https://t.co/NHFAiJC3DZ— Jon Dembo (@LiveFree_76) December 26, 2019
Guess which country processes a vast amount of these DNA tests? Just take a stab in the dark https://t.co/mjxn1UGQp7— Infinitely Blessed Balding (@BaldingsWorld) December 23, 2019
Pentagon warns take-home DNA kits pose security risk: Report | Fox Business— VictoryOfTheLight (@KibBitzLaw) December 25, 2019
A coworker asked me 9 months ago, on a business trip, if I’d use 23 & Me.
My reply? Would the NSA give up source code? No. So why would I give up my biological source code?
I will never take a 23andme test!! The founder is Googles wife Anne Wyginski. Plus, Google is the worlds largest "data storage". Read that again...DATA STORAGE.— ??✨Shawna✨?? (@Shawna_7777) December 24, 2019
So you're telling me they're "storing DNA" for what and why? Clones? Slaves? Body parts? ?https://t.co/c3UMWbPa0K
"Pentagon warns US military not to use home DNA testing kits" https://t.co/uJWJeV7rYY @h_alexander via @InglesDietitian cc @DrMJoyner— Timothy Caulfield (@CaulfieldTim) December 24, 2019
Yikes: “Increased concern in the scientific community that outside parties are exploiting the use of genetic data for questionable purposes..."
Pentagon warns US military not to use home DNA testing kits https://t.co/758Ork5UP2— ashesashescast (@ashesashescast) December 25, 2019
The US military warns soldiers not to participate in DTM Genetic testing. I wonder how they feel about VA Million Man or All of Us. I would assume government research is less secure than corporate research. https://t.co/SgUsg0rjMP— Joey Siraata Yracheta, MS Pharmaceutics (@YrachetaJM) December 24, 2019
Pentagon warns US military not to use home DNA testing kitshttps://t.co/VHUJcvwxtE The Timihealth Blockchain solution is the answer! We empower everyone to take ownership of their genomics and DNA data! Don’t risk it sign up today https://t.co/5QPFLlGed8— TimiHealth (@TimiHealth) December 23, 2019
Pentagon warns US military not to use home DNA testing kits https://t.co/2r6PidwvxT #pentagon #military #DNA #testkit #23andMe #Ancestry #security #risk #CyberSecurity pic.twitter.com/stRw4HNBBT— Bob Carver ✭ #CES2020 (@cybersecboardrm) December 24, 2019
Pentagon warns US military not to use home DNA testing kitshttps://t.co/ip4GkBevG4— Activist Post (@ActivistPost) December 24, 2019
Pentagon warns military not to use home DNA testing kits. https://t.co/mwJaOqBL5G— LeahMcGrath (@LeahMcGrathRD) December 24, 2019
"Erin Murphy, a professor at New York University’s School of Law, said a commercial genetic database could be used to unmask a person working undercover"https://t.co/86hlm1uoNa— Amin Sabeti | امین ثابتی (@AminSabeti) December 24, 2019
Well, this seems like a shining example of "too little, too late." -KH— RogueBioethics (@RogueBioethics) December 23, 2019
"The Pentagon is advising members of the US military not to use DNA testing kits, warning that the popular genetic identification kits could pose a security risk." https://t.co/Ou6MuEcuYS
Pentagon Leaders Tell Troops to Stop Using Mail-In Genealogy DNA Kits https://t.co/85cy0LCT1A— Gina Harkins (@GinaAHarkins) December 27, 2019
Recently, the Pentagon warned military personnel to avoid home DNA tests, citing security risks. Maybe you should too. https://t.co/suLsUlSQ8A— Mic (@mic) December 28, 2019
Pentagon Advises Members Of Armed Forces Not To Use Home DNA Testing Kits https://t.co/Qs1h0bt1oU— NPR Science Desk (@nprscience) December 24, 2019
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국방부는 미군에 가정용 DNA 테스트 키트를 사용하지 말라고 경고 https://t.co/QLwhX5GUJb— editoy (@editoy) December 30, 2019
• 이 메모에는 소비자 테스트에 의해 수집된 유전자 데이터가 잘못 사용되고 있다고 명시되어 있지 않지만, 일반적으로 의심스러운 목적으로 유전자 정보가 수집되고 있다는 우려가 제기됩니다.
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