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ENCODE Goes to Court

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is asking a court considering the legality of DNA collection upon arrest to weigh the findings of the ENCODE project in its decision. In a letter to the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the EFF says that the court's panel opinion in Haskell v.

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