Medical Privacy and genetics

1. "9 families sue state over genetic privacy law violations" Capitol Report - St. Paul,MN,USA March 16, 2009

2. "Genetic Privacy: A Challenge to Medico-Legal Norms" Graeme Laurie; Cambridge University Press, 2002 Page 91

3. "The New Genetics and the Public's Health Alan Petersen, Robin Bunton; Routledge, 2002 page 28

4. "1m Innocents Listed on DNA Database" The Daily Mail (London, England), December 18, 2006

5. "'Big Brother' Fears as 584, 000 Children Are Put on DNA Database", The Evening Standard (London, England), December 20, 2005

6. "A Simple Prank by a 13-Year-Old. Now Her Genetic Records Are on the National DNA Database for Ever: Britain Commands Greater Powers Than Any Other State to Obtain, Use and Store Genetic Information Tom Wall; New Statesman, Vol. 134, April 25, 2005

7. "Surveillance as Social Sorting: Privacy, Risk, and Digital Discrimination" David Lyon; Routledge, 2002 page 100

8. "RAMSTACK: U.S. set to expand DNA collections" Tom Ramstack December 22, 2008 The Washington Times

9. State v. Olivas, 856 P.2d 1076, 1094 (Wash. 1993) (Utter, J., concurring)

10 Scientist urges caution over DNA 21 December 2009 BBC News

11. Forensic Science SA corrects dna database 'errors' December 11, 2009 Adelaidenow