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3 thoughts on “AncestryDNA and Your Privacy – Getting Started

  1. I keep a public tree. I'm part of the last of my dying family. After me and a few young cousins, that's it. So family finding becomes more of a priority than a little privacy. Don't get me wrong, be private if you need to. Just think about those dna matches though.

  2. My tree is public because helping my adopted DNA relatives find info on their birth families was one of the most satisfying experiences of my life.

  3. I understand the need for privacy. But sometimes its frustrating. The DNA Match had been great for my Genealogical studies. Sometimes i take the risk of reaching out to people who share my DNA, I try to be as respectful as possible, but they ignore me. And when their trees are on private yet they share alot of my DNA, thats also frustrating, cause they might know something. Oh well, i guess its something that cant be helped

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