Lately I've discovered wiki tree as a useful place to gather together all of my notes and biographies from people in my family-tree.
I especially like that the information is co-operatively vetted, the layout is great, and that the information is free and accessible to everyone.
However, it does seem to encourage the addition of contemporary information. I wouldn't dream of putting my own name on it, nor that of anyone to whom I'm related who is still alive, or who was born since approx 1940.
Im just wondering about the GDPR implications for the website itself, and for people who post that kind of information? Surely that cannot be allowed.
The website seems to allow anyone be added to it, as long as there is some kind of evidence such as a birth certificate, which is essentially public information, even for children born in 2019.
Bit creepy, no ?