Need clarity on privacy level for non-living people under 200 years old

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Is it appropriate to change the privacy level from Private with Public Biography and Family Tree - to Public if the individual is deceased by has children who are living?  I'm confused by the instruction that states: "except when added as nuclear relatives of living people".  This individual is my deceased grandfather, but my mother is the only sibling still alive - does that mean that I shouldn't change his privacy level to Public until she is deceased?  Thanks for your help to clarify.
WikiTree profile: Claude Parritt
in Policy and Style by Doug Tapper G2G Crew (440 points)
retagged by Doug Tapper

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In this case the Privacy level could be anything except Unlisted. It could be Open or Public and the only thing that matters is how much information you or your mother are comfortable with revealing.
by Dale Byers G2G Astronaut (1.7m points)
selected by Sandi Wiggins

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