my name is Angelica Piña and am newly retired...I love doing research, and all of the info I've received from the results of 23andme and a family member, J. Cadena, has completely inundated my brain. LOL
I need to sit down and start from scratch finding out about our family history; I've already started interviewing my aunts and uncles through my cousins and it's a slow pace because everyone works. LOL
I'd like to know how to proceed with the results I received from the 23andme reports. I've read and seen videos on the privacy issues when it pertains to health but it's still not clear to me if putting out my personal information is safe or not. I considered removing my name but then I won't have a tree, right?
I copied this from a show on Prime videos called "Data Mining the Deceased" and it points out that for 23andme, this is what they defend, that their company "assigns a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display, distribute, reproduce, edit, reformat, ...etc"
For those of you that have already shared info from your trees, would you please share how you did it to protect your children from any repercussions?
Thank you, I appreciate your assistance. :)