Our Privacy Philosophy

Privacy for Your Family Tree

We want you to feel comfortable creating and sharing your online family tree so we allow you to choose between three levels of privacy: public, private, or unindexed (hidden). And remember, you control your tree so you can change this setting at any time.

 

What’s the difference between public and private trees?

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How are living people protected?

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What happens when I invite or share my tree?

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Do I get credit for the content I post?

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Who can remove content from family trees?

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Who can comment on my tree?

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