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CharlesRiceSecondEssay 3 - 31 Dec 2020 - Main.EbenMoglen
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 Political agreement on protections for genetic data (which appears possible) would be a victory in the arena of genetic privacy. Perhaps more importantly, it offers an opportunity to draw attention to the broader conversation around technology, privacy, and informed control of our most sensitive personal data.
An informative draft, presenting coherently the material on which more than the present rather weak conclusion could be based. The route to improvement is to focus the next draft on your own idea, the one the essay is intended to communicate, which I think goes beyond the perception that people have slight understanding of the uses of their genetic data.

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