More than 26 million people have taken an at-home ancestry test

genetics testing is looking like the new Facebook. Companies have made it easy and accessible but are unclear of the long term privacy implications of sharing our DNA. what is the future positive/future negative of this intimate level of sharing? what is the data really telling us?

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