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The Genetic Information Privacy Act (SB 41) has just been signed by California’s governor to give consumers more control over how their DNA will be used. It includes a right to revoke consent and to require companies like Ancestry to destroy biological samples on request. A second new law (AB 825) expands California’s definition of personal data to include genetic data.

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