No. There are federal and state laws that protect individuals from discrimination based on genetic information. In Malaysia, Guidelines Of Ethical Issues In The Provision Of Medical Genetic Services by Ministry Of Health Malaysia is published to protect the Malaysians from discrimination from insurance companies, employees or educational institutions (https://www.moh.gov.my/moh/resources/Penerbitan/Garis%20Panduan/Garis%20panduan%20Umum%20(Awam)/Guidelines_On_Ethical_Issues_In_The_Provision_Of_Medical_Genetics_Services_In_Malaysia_(1).pdf)
In some cases, law enforcement or other government agencies may request access to genetic information for criminal investigations or other purposes. It is important to understand the privacy and security policies (https://mysuperdna.v-circle.com/privacy-policy/) of your testing provider and to review any legal or regulatory requirements related to genetic information in your country or region.
There are several ethical concerns surrounding consumer genetic testing, including privacy and security of genetic data, potential misuse of genetic information, and issues related to informed consent and genetic counseling. Each genetic testing company must have an informed consent form to address these ethical concerns. SuperDNA informed consent form can be found here: https://mysuperdna.v-circle.com/superdna-informed-consent/
Consumer genetic testing can be used to connect individuals with biological relatives, but it cannot be used to determine an individual's personal identity with certainty.
Individuals can choose to share their consumer genetic testing results with their healthcare provider, but it is important to understand the potential implications of sharing this information and ensure that the provider is able to interpret and use the information appropriately.
Some consumer genetic testing companies allow individuals to transfer their genetic testing results to other companies for further analysis or interpretation, but it is important to review the terms and conditions of the testing company and the company receiving the results before doing so.