Science and Conspiracy talk:
DNA Data Privacy with Guest Sue Sullivan
Podcast Show Notes
In this episode, we dive deep into the fascinating topic of DNA data privacy with our special guest, Sue Sullivan. Join us for this insightful conversation as we explore the importance of safeguarding our genetic information in the digital age, delving into the ethical, legal, and societal implications of DNA privacy.
DNA data privacy is a pressing concern, as technological advancements allow us to uncover valuable insights from our genetic code. With the rise of direct-to-consumer DNA testing services, individuals are increasingly willing to share their genetic data without fully understanding the risks and implications.
In this thought-provoking discussion, Sue Sullivan, an expert in DNA ancestry, sheds light on privacy concerns surrounding DNA data. She shares valuable insights on how our genetic information is being stored, used, and potentially exploited by different entities, from government agencies and insurance companies to even employers.
Sue discusses the need for regulations to protect individuals' DNA privacy to prevent misuse. She provides practical tips on navigating the privacy settings of popular DNA testing platforms, empowering viewers to make informed decisions about sharing their genetic information.
Whether you've already undergone DNA testing or are considering it in the future, this video will enlighten you on the importance of safeguarding your most personal information. Subscribe to our channel for more of these informative discussions.
About Sue Sullivan
Sue Sullivan is the daughter of an adopted man and became interested in family history 13 years ago. She jumped onto the DNA bandwagon early, beginning a journey to discover her biological grandparents. Sue learned DNA family-solving techniques and methodologies from the best: Blaine Bettinger and CeCe Moore. Today she has solved more than two dozen “non-parental events.”
Along with sorting DNA, Sue creates legacy keepsake Posters and Books — artistically connecting you and your family history.