Yes- I think the space in which I work where I most worry about ethical considerations is in genetic relatedness. When you are studying families, the ethical landscape can grow complex. How do you counsel parents of child with a severe recessive disease, if it turns out the dad is not the father?
How do you respect the wishes of a mother who has made a decision not to perform genetic testing when her children and their father elect to have it performed (creating a situation where the mother's genetic risk can be inferred).
As a society are we going to decide that law enforcement should be able to mine genomics data to look for criminals? Or look for the relatives of criminals?
These are hard questions, and what we are capable of doing in genetics to has somewhat outpaced the ability of society to come to a consensus about what should and should not be ok.