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From: Wilcox Lisa <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] GED files?
Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2010 15:12:02 -0800
References: <005401cb804e$82a6b940$384f2dae@Ken1><056D0199-D255-47A4-892E-E7CA72983DF1@gmail.com><4CD9BF80.8040806@jps.net>
In-Reply-To: <4CD9BF80.8040806@jps.net>


Hi Marleen--

I was addressing the technical question, not the ethical one. Obviously genealogy software on your own computer is the preferred way to go. If you need to upload to a website, you always 1) get permission first, and 2) make sure privacy settings for the tree reflect the supplier's preferences.


Lisa


On Nov 9, 2010, at 1:39 PM, Marleen Van Horne wrote:

> Ken and Lisa,
>
> I would be extremely upset if someone I sent a gedcom file to for
> private use uploaded it to any site on the web.
>
> You need genealogy software to open the file. You can download PAF from
> www.familysearch.org for free and open the file on your computer.
>
> Marleen Van Horne
>
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