I am taking a management course at my work in that states that data containing 40 (single-nucleotide polymorphisms) or more is to be treated as personal information identifying an individual, but I can not find the source for this statement. I would be intersted to know how it was calculated, and I would like something that I can site; not just « I read it in our mandatory e-learning ».

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