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Would someone kindly explain to me the privacy rules operating on the Bunting family tree charts on the web site? I have just looked at my family tree (Matlock 3) and in particular the details of my parents. I find my brother's details on the chart but mine are not shown and are marked as private. I do not recall being asked whether I wanted it this way and I cannot understand the Society's reluctance to show this information. Can it really be that it is because I am still alive? And if that is the case what is the point as this information is available from many other sources. And please don't come back with the old chestnut of data protection. Surely in a society which is all about family history there must be a way of showing fully all available  information even it means asking the members to opt in or out.

Secondly, am I alone in finding these charts almost impossible to navigate easily?

Vic Bunting(425)

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Authored by: Jerry Green on 11:07PM GMT - Wednesday, 12 December 2012


See the notice at top of main page. You will have big problems navigating the family trees to see your ancestors if I have not set up your login to link it to you on your family tree.

Jerry Green Society Webmaster.
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Authored by: Jerry Green on 07:24PM GMT - Thursday, 20 December 2012

 Thankyou for letting me know where you fit in, Vic. I have now set up your login and you should find family trees easier to use. I have corrected the tree you are on, it is DBY Matlock3.

Jerry Green Society Webmaster.
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Authored by: Anonymous on 12:45PM GMT - Wednesday, 26 December 2012

I agree the trees can be difficult to navigate and you can easily get lost moving around.  It takes quite a while to understand how to use it all.

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