The Pros And Cons Of The DNA Profiling

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DNA Profiling antithetical to right to privacy.
INTRODUCTION
The ambit of privacy can get to the extent of your saliva, spit or anything from which your DNA can be traced down. These mentioned things are unintentionally thrown by us and definitely abandoned by us without having any idea of its further use. This unintentional act of ours might take us behind the bars or might make us the part of the criminal investigation.
The research project deals with what actually constitute privacy and what is its relation with the DNA Profiling. The DNA Profiling has been emerged as the means of fair trial and means to foster justice. The establishment of DNA Database had helped the government of various countries to solve
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The problem emerged as to when someone’s privacy had been invaded, what is its content or its area. Whether that area can be defined in a concrete terms and what is falling outside that area.
John Stuart Mill in his most famous work in his essay On Liberty, published in 1859 discussed the principle that has come to be known as the principle of liberty (harm principle)
That principle is that the sole end for which mankind are warranted, individually or collectively, in interfering with the liberty of action of any of their number is self-protection.
Adherence to this principle makes possible a form of social life which maximizes liberty; conversely if individuals or the collective(the government), continually interfere with others, a liberal form of social life is impossible. An individual is to be given a private social space in which the individual can do as he/she pleases.
But the social space which John Stuart Mill talked about was not subject to disturbance as long as it is not harming others.The only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilized community, against his will, is to prevent harm to others. His own good, either physical or moral, is not a sufficient
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