Ancestry.com Operations Inc. takes care to inform our website users of the need to ensure that the content that they upload to Ancestry.co.uk is adequately licensed for such use and is not defamatory, in breach of data protection legislation, in breach of confidence or otherwise unlawful; however we do not actively moderate the content of the website.
If you believe that content accessible on Ancestry.com is in violation of your rights please contact us by any of the means listed below and include the following details:
your name, address and contact telephone number and email address (and, if the complaint is in respect of copyright infringement, those of the person who owns the copyright if you are their representative);
if the complaint is in respect of copyright infringement, whether you are the copyright owner or you are authorised to act on behalf of the copyright owner (and if so on what basis);
identify the content that you consider infringes your rights or is unlawful. Please provide details of all such content and precisely where it appears, including the URL;
if you consider the content to be defamatory, in breach of data protection legislation, in breach of confidence or otherwise unlawful, please give your reasons for this;
a clear statement that the information that you have provided is accurate and complete, and that you accept full liability for such information and the statements that you have made.
You can contact us as follows:
By email to email@example.com
By fax to (801) 705-7010
By post to:
Ancestry.com Operations Inc.
1300 W Traverse Parkway
Lehi, UT 84043
Upon receipt of a notice containing the details described above, we will investigate the complaint further and, if appropriate, take steps to promptly stop access to and remove the relevant content from Ancestry.co.uk. In the event that we have reason to believe that the relevant content is not infringing we will contact you and provide you with information as to why we hold such belief.