Press and other mentions

Joanna Wane, ‘Who’s your daddy?’ North & South Magazine (October 2019 issue) 

Feilidh Dwyer, ‘Your DNA is only a click away: Home DNA tests and privacy’  Office of the New Zealand Privacy Commissioner (6 August 2019)

Kate Graham, ‘The DNA Dilemma’ Marie Claire UK (June 2019) https://www.magzter.com/articles/5149/343125/5ccae8f5bb637

Matthew Nisbet, ‘Don’t Believe the Hype About Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing’ Medium (23 May 2019)

Joanna Fuertes, ‘The Time Bomb of DNA Testing and Race’ Medium (13 March 2019)

Radio interview by Mike Williams on the Free Breakfast (1 March 2019) http://www.accessradio.org/Player.aspx?eid=cbaf399b-5138-41bf-994a-7c708146dc78

Ted Sherman, ‘She was left with disturbing questions that will never be answered. The Pandora’s Box of DNA testing’ New Jersey Star Ledger (11 February 2019).

Mary Bates, ‘Direct-To-Consumer Genetic Testing’ IEEE Pulse (14 December 2018)

Lin Taylor,Identity crisis: data misuse an unseen twist in DNA testing’ Reuters (12 December 2018)

Kelsey Munro, ‘DNA testing: Is knowing your ancestry worth the data sharing risk?’  SBS News (August 2018)

Cassie Martin, ‘Privacy and consumer genetic testing don’t always mix’ Science News (June 2018)

Rachael Cheung, Gene sequencing helps Hong Kong woman know herself better – but not everyone likes how this knowledge is being used’  South China Morning Post (January 2017) Link

Patrick Cain, Privacy risks lurk in DNA tests, experts warn – National | Globalnews.ca‘  Global News CA (August 2016) Link

Bryn Nelson, ‘Greater goods?: Direct‐to‐consumer testing companies are making a broader case for societal benefits, but not everyone is sold’ (March 2016) 124(3)  Cancer Cytopathology 159-60. https://doi.org/10.1002/cncy.21706

Mark Anderson,  Study: DNA Test Agreements Disregard Consumer Privacy’ IEEE Spectrum (February 2016) Link

Regarding my work at the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal: