Re: Ancestry’s new rules #general


I've only deleted private photos, and some of those were copied by
others. I'm not going to waste my time chasing after strangers to get
them to remove them, which they probably won't do anyway. Everything
else on my Ancestry tree is public record. Why delete it? It's helped
me find a lot of relatives and even ones I never knew existed. It's
been a blessing.

Jeri Friedman
Port Saint Lucie, Florida

On 8/13/2021 9:03 AM, Shelley Mitchell wrote:
I have been reading Ancestry’s new Policy starting in about 2 weeks from
now. It appears say that Ancestry can appropriate our work product and
use our photos any way they want to. Which technically means they can
freely use your pictures, for example, in a revenue raising ad.

I may be wrong about that but if I’m reading it correctly, what would
someone suggest? My initial reaction was to sync with my FTM and delete
my Ancestry tree.

Any recommendations? Thanks in advance.

Shelley Mitchell, NYC
Shelley Mitchell, NYC shemit@... <mailto:shemit@...>
PLATZ, in Delaytn; and TOPF, in Radautz and Kolomea.

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