Ancestry.com appears to be joining the customer side in the battle over your DNA. This refusal to comply with a search warrant is commendable, but their competitors haven’t been so good. FamilyTreeDNA and GEDmatch have been complying with law enforcement, and that’s a mark against them. Ancestry still shares “anonymized data” with “customers informed consent”, of which I think is codespeak for End User License Agreements.
Protecting customers’ privacy is the firm’s “highest priority,” Ancestry told Axios.