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Elminating Private Trees from copying information from a public Tree

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Re: Elminating Private Trees from copying information from a public Tree

Posted: 21 Apr 2014 9:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Apr 2014 9:23PM GMT
"Why can it not be changed?"

Because Ancestry.com actively markets the user-submitted trees as research tools (knowing very well that most trees are highly erroneous and useless for *research*). To recruit new subscribers (you can't see other trees without subscribing unless you go to the clumsy and non-advertised mirror site, mundia.com).

Occasionally improvements are made that improve customers' experience, but unless you are one of the corporate owners you don't get a vote. You can subscribe, accepting the corporate policies, or not.
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