The New York Times  |  May 29, 2015

“It’s really a bizarre case,” said Lawrence O. Gostin, a law professor at Georgetown University. “But beyond the comical, it touches on some quite serious issues.”

“Anyone in the future thinking about using a genetic test in ways that can embarrass or harm an individual will have to confront the fact that it violates federal law,” he added. Benign intentions are not enough.

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