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Questions related to ensuring that the privacy of living individuals and potentially-sensitive information is preserved when collecting and publishing family history and genealogical data.

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How should I deal with a family secret that directly affects a full branch on the family tree? For example, there are two brothers, both married and both have kids. Brother A is the father of his ki …
asked Oct 9 '12 by Justin808
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A quick, short and "dirty" answer is: 1) If the person is alive, just name and birth date, just mm/yyyy or even yyyy 2) If the person is recently deceased, everything but SSN, Drivers Licenses, Phon …
answered Oct 10 '12 by Justin808
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Any person can walk up to a grave and see the marker. Images you take of the grave marker are yours to do with as you please. If you can see the marker while on public property even if it is on privat …
answered Oct 10 '12 by Justin808