February 13, 2020

In January, the government began collecting DNA from detainees at the border to ensure that families are who they say they are, but how may this act of security, result in encroaching upon our private lives.

Helping us this week is Natalie Ram, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Maryland. Natalie is a top scholar on the intersection of genetic privacy and the law, publishing groundbreaking research in Harvard Law Review, Stanford Law, Columbia and many more.