How do I make my ancestry DNA private?

From any page on Ancestry®, click the DNA tab and select Your DNA Results Summary. From your DNA homepage, click Settings in the top-right corner. In the Privacy section, under the Display Preferences heading, click Change next to DNA Matches. Select You can’t see your DNA matches and you’re not listed as a match.

Can ancestry be private?

We want you to feel comfortable creating and sharing your online family tree so we allow you to choose between three levels of privacy: public, private, or unindexed (hidden). … You can change this setting any time to a more private option by clicking “Trees,” choosing a family tree, and then selecting “Tree Settings”.

Who can see my AncestryDNA results?

A collaborator can view your full DNA results, add notes, edit participant details, and link your test to a tree. A manager can invite others to access your results, assign and change account roles, permanently delete your results, download DNA Data, and send and respond to messages in the test owner’s account.

Are AncestryDNA results private?

We recognize that your DNA is very personal and so protecting your privacy is at the core of what we do. … The results of your DNA test are stored in a secured database — your AncestryDNA results are stored in a secured database, which employs a number of security measures.

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Can you ask ancestry to destroy your DNA?

To request the destruction of your Biological Samples, you must contact Member Services. Please note that if you have agreed to our Informed Consent to Research, we will not be able to remove your Genetic Information from active or completed research projects, but we will not use it for any new research projects.

How do I make my photos private on Ancestry?

Another option, is to click the media button to bring up all the images that you have for a person. Click on an image and then on the lock icon, and your photo will be private.

How do I share my private tree on Ancestry com?

Sharing your tree

  1. From any page on Ancestry, click the Trees tab and select a tree.
  2. In the top-right corner of your tree, click Share.
  3. To share your tree via email, click Email or Username; to get a link you can share, click Shareable Link.

Should I store my DNA with Ancestry?

Unless you opted-in to the “Human Diversity Project” which is Ancestry’s research project where they sell either your DNA or access to your DNA to collaborators or partners for unspecified research, there is no reason for Ancestry to retain your actual DNA sample.

Is there a DNA test that is private?

SecuriGene’s laboratory offers one of the industry’s largest selection of private and court-admissible DNA tests. The Private Knowledge Home DNA Testing option is recommended if results of the DNA test are not required for use in court. This test will provide the same conclusive results as the legal test.

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