Why is it morally right to use familial DNA matching to catch criminals?…
Why is it morally right to use familial DNA matching to catch criminals?
Why is it morally wrong?
How would someone's privacy be violated by this process?
Why are companies at fault for not making it more clear that private results could be used by the police in their terms and conditions?
Why are users at fault for not fully reading the terms?
Why should we not use this as the information is not available to everyone?
Who does it help?
Why is helping to solve a brutal crime more important than preserving someone's privacy?
Why should we prioritize the greater good in cases like this?
How is this process (while disrespecting someone's privacy) an emergent importance in certain cases?
Why are they involved?
Are they the suspect or victim?
Why would confirming or denying a suspect is the perpetrator help the case move forward?
What kind of criminal?
What did they do?
How long would they be in jail if caught?
Why should this affect how and when we use familial matching?
How dangerous is the person?
Why should we ignore someone's privacy to save more lives?
What are the legal barriers to this?
What do the terms and conditions state for DNA history sites?
What about if a family member has already gone through the system and their DNA has been submitted to the matching system?
What would a judge or jury say to this practice?
Why would they see that it was more important than preserving privacy?
Why should databases give up results (securely and anonymously) to help solve a case?
Why should police be able to access these databases without question to solve a case?
Which databases would be affected/used?
What are some examples of cases solved with familial matches through databses?
Who is the Golden State Killer?
How long did he terrorize california without being caught?
How did this database's information help catching him?
Why is his case a perfect example of why we should be using familial matches (in the right way (using the right process)) to catch killers or solve cases?
How can we reduce security risk and invasion of privacy and still catch killers?
What processes can be put in place to fix the privacy issue?
How can companies adjust their terms and conditions to cater to the police and still respect peoples' privacy?