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Something important occurred to me. The government wouldn't even need to sell your DNA for the insurance companies to have access to it. Since it would be a biometric component of your identity card - and one that would require checking for each transaction you perform, the insurance company can take a sample of your DNA for the purpose of comparison. Of course, once they have your DNA, they can perform any other checks they like...
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