Sabes que el mundo va mal...

cuando la empresa china BGI Group recolecta los datos genéticos de millones de mujeres con un test prenatal distribuido por todo el mundo.

Reuters found no evidence BGI violated patient privacy agreements or regulations. However, the privacy policy on the NIFTY test’s website says data collected can be shared when it is “directly relevant to national security or national defense security” in China.
“When you can combine large amounts of genomic data – including mothers and their unborn children – with their medical data and history, it is really powerful.”
Anna Puglisi, former U.S. counterintelligence officer

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