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What happens when a Tree Manager no longer responds ...
Eric DeLong
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for months or even years, does their data become public domain?  or does it get shredded?

 I think this should be addressed with some sort of policy if it isn't already. 

 I would want my data made public personally - then again I don't always think like everyone else.

 Eric

Eric DeLong
Derry, NH
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RE: What happens when a Tree Manager no longer responds ...
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Hi Eric,

It's a good question...

Our first concern when new users joining MyHeritage is privacy and level of protection for their information. As such, we cannot make a site public without written permission from the user. Interestingly, it is very common for users to revisit their account after months of no activity. Perhaps they found some useful information after a vacation/holiday to a country of family heritage. :-)

 If you would like to have your family site open to the public, please email support. Please note that anyone will be able to review information of your family site.

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