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“The problem with these tests is twofold. First, parents are testing their children in ways that could have serious implications as they grow older — and they are not old enough to consent. Second, by sharing their children’s genetic information on public websites, parents are forever exposing their personal health data.”

nytimes.com/2020/01/02/opinion

@laura

I can't understand parents who do such things.

Recently there was this app which let you convert people in an image to their older self.
Of course I did not do it, but somebody in my close environment (not sure if this is the right term) did it with an image of me and I somehow felt deceived and somewhat abused.

I do not like that my face is beeing processed by such an engine, and not beeing able to say no to smth like this is horrible.

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