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Recent advances in genomics prompt a formidable privacy challenge: As the price of a complete genome profile has plummeted to as low as 99 USD for genome-wide genotyping, wide-spread usage of genomic information is about to become reality. Substantial progress is expected in the near future in terms of improved diagnoses and better preventive medicine. The impact of the increased availability of genomic information on privacy, however, is unprecedented, for obvious reasons: First, geneticdoi:10.4230/dagrep.3.10.25 dblp:journals/dagstuhl-reports/HamacherHT13 fatcat:6dndynmzsbfv7nt55hpqfuvd3a