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Ancestry Sites Can Potentially Expose Your Identity

[2018-10-11 19:49:01]

Researchers have determined that ancestry sites could potentially expose anyone’s identity. Much like the Golden State investigators, the team found they could trace back someone’s identity in the database with relative ease by using these distant relatives and other demographic but not overly specific information, such as the target’s age or possible state residence. Well isn’t that just a bucket of awesome.

Ancestry Sites Can Potentially Expose Your Identity


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