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Elizabeth E. Joh

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Professor of Law

Phone: (530) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: e***@***.edu
UC Davis
3200 Dutton Hall One Shields Ave
Davis, California 95616
United States

Company Description: UC Davis, which will celebrate its centennial in 2008, is one of the nation's top public research universities with a tradition of service to the region, the nation...   more
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by Elizabeth E. Joh (U.C. ...
ssrnblog.com, 12 July 2013 [cached]
by Elizabeth E. Joh (U.C. Davis School of Law)
Elizabeth Joh, a law ...
reason.com, 14 Aug 2013 [cached]
Elizabeth Joh, a law professor at the University of California, Davis, wants to make the nonconsensual collecting and testing of a person's genetic material into the crime of DNA theft . She offers scenarios in which surreptitious genetic testing could be used by a politician to reveal a rival's disease risks, determine an athlete's chances of heart problems before offering him a contract, publicize a personal enemy's predispositions to alcoholism or obesity, check a romantic partner for possibly deleterious genes that could be passed on to progeny, or satisfy a creepy fan's interest in a celebrity's genetic makeup.
"In general the idea is anything ...
civilrightslawjournal.com, 1 May 2013 [cached]
"In general the idea is anything you intentionally relinquish to the public, to scavengers, in the garbage, is free for anyone," said Elizabeth Joh, professor of law at the University of California Davis. This is true for your hard drive, your diary, your credit card statements-and it's true for your DNA, regardless of whether you realize you're casting it aside.
Legal scholars call this material "abandoned DNA," and Joh is one of a handful of thinkers saying it's time the law reckoned with what rights we have to this trove of extremely personal information.
"In general the idea is anything ...
genetics.live.radicaldesigns.org, 12 May 2013 [cached]
"In general the idea is anything you intentionally relinquish to the public, to scavengers, in the garbage, is free for anyone," said Elizabeth Joh, professor of law at the University of California Davis. This is true for your hard drive, your diary, your credit card statements-and it's true for your DNA, regardless of whether you realize you're casting it aside.
Legal scholars call this material "abandoned DNA," and Joh is one of a handful of thinkers saying it's time the law reckoned with what rights we have to this trove of extremely personal information.
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Joh is one of the few scholars working on the issue. She argued in the Boston University Law Review in 2011 that sequencing someone else's genome without consent should be classified as felony theft-a charge whose seriousness would help establish social and legal norms recognizing DNA as an exceptional kind of property.
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Joh thinks that a first step in encouraging courts and legislatures to grant greater protection against unauthorized DNA analysis is to stop calling the genetic material "abandoned" in the first place. "People think, well, if it's abandoned, why should I worry about it? Joh proposes the more provocative label of "DNA theft."
By Elizabeth Joh, Los ...
www.coloradodaily.com, 13 July 2010 [cached]
By Elizabeth Joh, Los Angeles Times
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Elizabeth Joh, a professor at the UC Davis School of Law, has written widely about DNA evidence, undercover policing and police privatization.
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