First Report by the Forensic Databases Advisory Board (FDAB)

This first report of the Forensic Databases Advisory Board (FDAB) aims to provide the International Society for Forensic Genetics (ISFG) with a framework to assess the ethical implications of hosting data from a variety of population groups on the forensic genetic frequency databases (FGFD) known as Y-chromosome Haplotype Reference Database (YHRD), the EDNAP Mitochondrial DNA Population Database (EMPOP) and the STRs for Identity ENFSI Reference Database (STRidER).
Ethical considerations in this report include questions of data acquisition, data sensitivity and identifiability and ethical principles to be implemented.
The document is available here
The presentation of the report at the 12th Haploid Markers meeting in Budapest, Hungary, May 18th 2023, is available here
Many thanks to the FDAB team for their efforts in creating and improving this very important document!
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