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Ethical Considerations in Family History

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Published on May 28, 2013

Black sheep. Family skeletons. Living people. We all have them - even if we haven't discovered them yet. Someone in the family may have shared sensitive information with you and asked you to keep it private. Maybe you discovered that grandpa had another family or that Uncle Charlie was in prison for a while. And, what about information on living people? Join Crista Cowan as she talks about some of the things that come up as we dig into our family history and suggests some of the ethical considerations you may want to take into account.

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