The British government reportedly has the largest DNA database in the world, with DNA samples from some 4 million people. The government takes DNA from anyone arrested for an imprisonable offense and keeps it even if they are found not guilty or charges are dropped. But the largest DNA database in the world contains a lot of misinformation. Government statistics show it contains more than 550,000 files with incorrect or misspelled names.
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