From what I've read DNA discrimination has started to become a concern at the workplace. Suppose at an interview you are offered a bottle of water and accept it, having a drink of refreshing Dasani. After leaving the interview and disposing of the bottle it is later collected from the trash and sent off to a lab where testing confirms you have markers in your DNA for heart disease. This could lead to a decision not to hire based on liability for healthcare coverage or absence from work.
Luckily a federal law has been passed making this practice illegal... https://www.genome.gov/10002328/gene...on-fact-sheet/
I remember in George Orwell's famous book "1984" that big brother had installed a device in everyone's home called a telescreen that would keep track of everything that was said and had happened. Who would of thought that in the future people would voluntarily give up their right to privacy and even willingly pay to do it by means of ancestral DNA mapping and various smart devices listing at all times. "Alexa, tell big brother to piss off".