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sjc

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« on: 22 February 2017, 22:21:39 »

Does GeneaNet have any plans to implement DNA into the website? Either by allowing for upload and matching of raw DNA or offering a fuller service?
 Thank you
jyb
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« Reply #1 on: 23 February 2017, 11:35:31 »

DNA testing is illegal in France so we can't plan to add it to our website :-(

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Jean-Yves BAXTER
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sjc

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« Reply #2 on: 08 March 2017, 23:02:48 »

Wow illegal ? Ohhhh Thats so disappointing, I did not know this. That kind of makes sense as to why there doesn't seem to be any real action on my French Ancestry on AncestryDNA.  Obviously people in France cannot test.

Thanks for your quick answer, much appreciated.
Sharon
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« Reply #3 on: 04 November 2017, 16:36:55 »

But you are based in Utah, United States, where we have the freedom to check our DNA.  Being located in Utah, you answer to the laws of Utah, don't you?  I'm asking because I am still looking to join an ancestry site, and the DNA feature would be a great plus.
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« Reply #4 on: 06 November 2017, 13:25:44 »

No, we are based in Paris, France, and our website is hosted in Paris, France.

FamilySearch is based in Utah, United States.

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Jean-Yves BAXTER
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