(a) Illegal aliens
(b) Criminals on death row
(c) Adopted persons
If you answered (c), you got it.
Adopted people whose records are sealed may have difficulty obtaining genetic health history, may never have a chance to know who their parents were, and--as some argue--may never have a chance to know who they are. As my friend Rachel at threerootsadoption.org pointed out, take one look at the hot debate over Obama's birth certificate and you will see why it's so important.
Seems like a basic human right, you say? Exactly. Check out this video.