Category Archives: Blog repost

Test with Ancestry first and then transfer?

Economically, it seems the best strategy to test with AncestryDNA first and then transfer your data over to Family Tree DNA and My Heritage for free. However, this is not necessarily always the best approach, as shown in this blog … Continue reading

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Shared Matches Tool

Here is another great post from Blaine Bettinger on how to utilise the Shared Matches Tool on AncestryDNA. Clustering Shared Matches

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Rule #1: Read the fine print

I’ve had a number of enquiries regarding the security of getting a DNA test done and also of uploading DNA data to third-party sites. This is a matter of concern for many people and is too big to tackle in … Continue reading

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Non-coding DNA

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Privacy issues

Many people are concerned about privacy issues and today’s┬áblog entry by Judy Russell – Ancestry Transparency Report – at The Legal Genealogist, is a reassuring assessment about company disclosure.

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