I think that genomic sequencing is important to research and study. It can give us insight into new ideas against fighting viruses and diseases, and can prevent diseases in some cases as well. I think that the more people that have their DNA sequence the better, because better analysis and comparison can been done with more data. The problem is who holds onto this data and the DNA sequences. It could ultimately be used against you, whether in healthcare such as a insurer refusing coverage to certain people containing certain genomes with diseases linked, or if it is used against a group or race of people with the claim of them being inferior because they carry a genetic disease, which may or may not be present at the time. I think it is a very difficult topic that will need much consideration going forward.