DNA fingerprinting, also referred to as DNA profiling, has nothing to do with fingerprints at all. It is the practice of collecting DNA material, such as hair or blood, and storing the information in a data bank. This is used to identify people in future crimes that they may be associated with. Many people have raised eyebrows about this, does it violate our personal rights to data store our DNA? There are both pros and cons associated with DNA fingerprinting, let’s explore what they are.


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