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Quiz ! - Subject: World DNA Databases

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posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 02:14 PM
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Obviously this is supereasy to answer on the Internet (and I'm providing the link!). That's cheating - don't do it. You have to guess based on any information/opinions you might (or might not) already have inside your puny noggin.'

Which country has more of its citizens in DNA databases than any other? Great Britain? Sweden? Mexico? Belgium? Australia? United States? Trinidad & Tobago? France? Japan? The Netherlands? Russia? Iraq? Canada? Israel? Cuba? Or another not listed?

Quiz: Which country has the highest percentage of its population in a DNA database?




posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 02:23 PM
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Now perhaps you could tell us how it became to be so. Was it done in secret...information from medical avenues? Was it in the fine print in applying for marriage licenses? Was it done at birth for many years? Was it through arrests? Were priveliges such as driving withheld until the populace submitted? Was it done with or without full consent? Was leverage always used?

Was this country the test market? How do you see this being accomplished in other nations?



posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 02:50 PM
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Good questions. As the link indicates, these records are typically from criminal offenders. So, A) a country has to have crime; B) they have to have some sort of policy of extracting and recording criminal DNA; C) there is something of a ratio between the amount of crime and whether the country obtains DNA.

If the country in question had infinitesimal crime, despite the fact that they track DNA, they would still not be #1 - not, of course, implying that crime is rampant there. Obviously, if more countries had similar DNA policies, they would far surpass the country that is the answer.



posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 04:18 PM
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Originally posted by Hadrian

Which country has more of its citizens in DNA databases than any other? Great Britain? Sweden? Mexico? Belgium? Australia? United States? Trinidad & Tobago? France? Japan? The Netherlands? Russia? Iraq? Canada? Israel? Cuba? Or another not listed?



I'd go for Great Britain. Israel



posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 05:10 PM
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you did not say that they are doing it illegally. they have been told they can not keep it??? is that not a police state?




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