Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 13. Genetic Privacy
Section 20. Private Right of Action.
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AS 18.13.020. Private Right of Action.

A person may bring a civil action against a person who collects a DNA sample from the person, performs a DNA analysis on a sample, retains a DNA sample or the results of a DNA analysis, or discloses the results of a DNA analysis in violation of this chapter. In addition to the actual damages suffered by the person, a person violating this chapter shall be liable to the person for damages in the amount of $5,000 or, if the violation resulted in profit or monetary gain to the violator, $100,000.

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