disclaimer on Discovery Person Page
I have found that some of the information regarding my mother on the Discovery Person Page is incorrect. From reading the forums, this does not appear to be uncommon. I do not know for sure how the pages are generated, but assume they are artificially generated from the Details page. I made corrections on the Details page regarding her birthdate, which I assume will get transferred to the Discovery page & also correct her age at the date of her death. Can someone verify that my assumption is correct or do I need to do something else to get the corrections made? I like the idea of a story being generated, exploring the heritage, name meaning, & other features, but fear that some will consider all the information correct. This site values the data & information it posts & many take every page as factual. When I saw that the Discover Page can be accessed from those that are not members, it concerns me that there is not a disclaimer on the Discovery Page regarding the information that may not be factual. "You don’t need a FamilySearch account to view ancestor discovery pages." As a teacher with young ones doing research, I know it is important to distinguish fact from fiction & we all strive to teach that not everything on the Internet is true. I think a disclaimer on the Discover Person Page would be very helpful - not just a tiny, fine print statement at the bottom. Thanks!