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The Genealogue

Genealogy

News about genealogy. Commentary and archival information about genealogy from The New York Times.

Your DNA Profile is Private? A Florida Judge Just Said Otherwise

2019. november 5., kedd 20:14:27

Privacy experts say a warrant granted in Florida could set a precedent, opening up all consumer DNA sites to law enforcement agencies across the country.

Playing Catch a Killer With a Room Full of Sleuths

2019. október 5., szombat 9:00:09

At a forensic conference in California, law enforcement officials grappled with how to avoid destroying one of the field’s biggest innovations in decades.

Why This Scientist Keeps Receiving Packages of Serial Killers’ Hair

2019. szeptember 16., hétfő 19:41:47

Getting sufficient DNA out of a rootless hair has long been considered impossible. A scientist, better known for work with ancient fossils, has figured it out. It’s a game-changer for crime and surveillance.

Ancestry Digitizes Millions of Holocaust Records

2019. augusztus 2., péntek 9:00:14

Some say it’s a play for customers; others say that’s irrelevant because anyone can search the documents at no cost.

The Jury Said He Killed Her Daughter. She Helped Clear His Name.

2019. július 18., csütörtök 17:10:37

Something about the confession did not sound right. So an Idaho mother pushed to use the emerging technique of genetic genealogy to find another suspect.

James Monroe Enslaved Hundreds. Their Descendants Still Live Next Door.

2019. július 7., vasárnap 20:40:00

A small African-American community has existed less than 10 miles from the president’s former plantation for generations. Only recently has the full extent of their relationship been revealed.

Genealogy Sites Have Helped Identify Suspects. Now They’ve Helped Convict One.

2019. július 1., hétfő 7:00:19

A new forensic technique sailed through its first test in court, leading to a guilty verdict. But beyond the courtroom, a battle over privacy is intensifying.

Want to See My Genes? Get a Warrant

2019. június 11., kedd 10:00:06

Should the police be able to investigate your genetic family tree for any crime, no matter how minor?

Something New Next Week

2019. június 7., péntek 19:57:36

A five-part series on the rise of nationalism in Europe.

A New Way to Solve a Murder, Part 2: The Future of Genetic Privacy

2019. június 7., péntek 10:00:07

DNA sleuthing techniques led to the arrest of a suspect in a 1987 double murder. His trial will be a test of the possibilities and the peril of this forensic frontier.