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Please take the time to read Find A Grave FAQs. From the FAQs: "Any non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc) are not required to be transferred."|
Also, Find A Grave, not us, have set the Guidelines. We did not set the Guidelines, but we do abide by them.
On Sept. 30th, 2013 Ancestry announced that it had acquired Find A Grave. Find A Grave will continue to run separately, as its own website.
Will contributors still retain copyright 'ownership' of their photos?
•Find A Grave plans to continue its focus on honoring user's privacy and protecting their user generated content. As always, any photos you add to Find A Grave will remain yours and neither Find A Grave nor Ancestry.com will own them.
•The current copyright policies of Find A Grave will remain in place. Contributors will retain copyright over any photos added to Find A Grave.
*It will still be wrong for someone to 'steal' a photo from Find A Grave and post it other websites as if it were their own.
-- Please do not download and then republish any family portraits I post, as these come from private family collections. These photos still enjoy copyright protection and are NOT in the public domain.