• @Hubi@feddit.de
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    213 months ago

    The law allows recording of blood type among the DNA-related information that will be contained in a national database to be shared across agencies “to perform their functions and tasks.”

    That sounds even worse than what the title states.

    Vietnam’s future identity cards will incorporate the functions of health insurance cards, social insurance books, driver’s licenses, birth certificates, and marriage certificates, as defined by the amendment.

    Imagine a single data breach eventually exposing all this information at once. What do you even do in this case, just assume a new identity?

    • @CaptainPedantic@lemmy.world
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      73 months ago

      DNA

      assume a new identity?

      I don’t think a new identity will be much help with your genetic information floating around…

    • @isles@lemmy.world
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      43 months ago

      What do you even do in this case, just assume a new identity?

      A few years down the line, people will use something akin to CRISPR to alter their DNA to defeat these systems.

    • @TIMMAY@lemmy.world
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      13 months ago

      That would be very bad but also it doesnt really feel like that isnt close to the situation we already have