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A Constitutional Challenge to Alaska’s Genetic Privacy Statute

As part of its defense of a class action lawsuit that began in 2014, a genetic genealogy company (or DNA ancestry company as they are sometimes called) is challenging the constitutionality of the Alaska Genetic Privacy Act, arguing that the statute’s provisions are unconstitutionally vague. The State of Alaska is…

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LabMD Update

Last September, I reported on the Federal Trade Commission’s decision upholding its enforcement action against the now-defunct clinical laboratory LabMD, Inc. In 2013, the FTC brought an administrative complaint against LabMD, alleging that its lax cybersecurity practices resulted in the exposure of patient data. As I wrote last year, exposure…

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Comment on ACB v. Thompson Medical

In a recent conversation with John Conley about his April 25 post on the ACB v. Thompson Medical ruling by the Court of Appeal of Singapore, I made a couple of points, and he asked me to write them up to briefly comment on the topic for the Genomics Law Report.…

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