State Puts Innocent People’s DNA In A National Database

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

A suit alleges that California is retaining hundreds of thousands of innocent people’s DNA analyses in a system known as CODIS. The state of California is putting innocent people’s DNA in a national database for law enforcement. Specifically, two groups allege California collects DNA from people arrested but never convicted of crimes.

Source: State Puts Innocent People’s DNA In A National Database

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This is inexcusable.  But how can it be stopped, prevented, and purged?

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Rare Penny Found in Boy’s Lunch Money Could Fetch Up to $1.7 Million in Auction – Geek.com

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

A rare 1943 copper Lincoln cent — found by a Massachusetts teenager in his change after he paid for lunch at a school cafeteria — is expected to fetch up to $1.7 million when […]

Source: Rare Penny Found in Boy’s Lunch Money Could Fetch Up to $1.7 Million in Auction – Geek.com

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And folks wonder why I look at my change and dollar bills?

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