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Comment Re:Privacy issue: DNA dragnets (Score 1) 513

This was a voluntary search. There was no mandatory need to give your DNA.
See it as a last effort to resolve the case and it was done because the DNA matching techniques have improved so that if a match in the family is found the search can make the connection to a small group (family) and search from that point further.

Comment Happening all around (Score 2) 364

This is happening all around Europe as we speak,

Smartphone users are consuming such an amount of data that the flat-fee subscriptions are not enough to cover the costs any longer. Operators will change to basic subscriptions with limitations and bolt-on offerings for additional traffic. You can run away from T-Mobile now but the others will adopt until there is no where to go to.

The reason computer chips are so small is computers don't eat much.

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