Volume 27 Issue 1 Jan-Apr 2014
As companies and governments come up with new ways to mine us for personal information, when does "nothing to hide" become "nothing left to hide"? By Patricia Williams
Kristin Lauter discusses a way to lock your genome in a mathematical vault – and keep retrieving information from it while it's in there.
Artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg creates portraits of strangers based on DNA found on the sidewalk … and yes, the police are working on this, too.


DNA and Insurance: Fate and Risk

CRG in Room for Debate in the NY Times

CRG on Fearing Punishment for Bad Genes in the NY Times


CRG Leads the Debate on New Developments in Human Genetic Engineering

Watch CRG President Jeremy Gruber on Canadian National Television

Watch CRG President Jeremy Gruber on CNN

CRG in NY Times

CRG in USA Today

CRG in NY Times 2

CRG Testimony to FDA on Human Germline Modification

Human Genetic Engineering Fact Sheet
Watch CRG Board Chair Sheldon Krimsky on the future of genetic engineering before a live studio audience

Should we prohibit genetically engineered children?(PBS)

Or listen on NPR

CRG Launches the California Genetic Privacy Network

TV: Watch Original Video on Many GeneWatch Topics

CRG led Forensic Genetics Policy Initiative Launches New Interactive Website

CRG Statement: Supreme Court Ruling Fails to Protect the Privacy of Americans' DNA

 CRG Files Landmark Brief with US Supreme Court Challenging, on Racial Justice Grounds, Collection of DNA upon Arrest

Forensic DNA in the US:  Current Law and Policy 2013

From the Council for Responsible Genetics 

Genetic Explanations: Sense and Nonsense

Read the Outstanding Review from DNA and Cell Biology Journal

Read the Outstanding Review in the Journal Logos

Your Resource for GM-Free Seeds


CRG Travels to India to Work on DNA Database Legislation 


California Senate Judiciary Committee Passes CRG Supported Genetic Privacy Bill 

CRG Applauds California Introduction of the Genetic Information Privacy Act



From the Council for Responsible Genetics

Race and the Genetic Revolution








CRG Testifies Against Rollback of Newborn Privacy Protections
CRG Board Member Dr. Robert Green Discusses His Newborn Study in Slate



CRG on Genetically Modified Food in the NY Times

 Council for Responsible Genetics Statement 
RE: AAAS Board Statement Against Labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods

FDA Puts Brakes on Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing

CRG in the News on the FDA Action

Watch CRG President Jeremy Gruber discuss the dramatic new developments on DTC

 Analysis of FDA Investigation into Direct to Consumer Genetic Testing Companies

FDA Testimony on DTC by CRG President Jeremy Gruber

CRG Endorsed GE-Free Seed Trader Launches

Stuck on the Same Refrain by Lynne Klotz
BU's Relentless Drive for a High Level Biocontainment Lab

The Story Behind the Supreme Court Decision Invalidating Gene Patents by Former CRG Board Member Tania Simoncelli

CRG Statement: Supreme Court Ruling Invalidates Gene Patents

Supreme Court Says Isolated Human Genes Can Not Be Patented

A Patent on Life
CRG Board Chair Sheldon Krimsky Interviewed on the Myriad Gene Patent Case

From the Council for Responsible Genetics

Biotechnology in our Lives 

Read the Philadelphia Inquirer's Outstanding Review

CRG Submits Comments to the South African Parliament on its Forensic DNA Database Legislation


Trivializing Extinction



CRG Opposes Bill in Nevada Authorizing Police to Take DNA Upon Arrest

Should Healthy People Have Their Genomes Sequenced?
CRG Board Member Dr. Robert Green Leads the Debate in the Wall St. Journal



CRG Board Member Patricia Williams on Ownership and Identity in an Age of Genomic Medicine