FamilySearch has minor legal issues
1. When I merge a duplicate entry, all existing events are credited to me even though I'm not the contributor and haven't changed anything. This is incorrect and violates my personal rights. It is not allowed to attach an utterance to a wrong person. Publishers must promptly correct such errors.
Of course, with FamilySearch, that's just a bug. I reported it to support and sent in an example (G8KJ-QDV). The answer was unfortunately anonymous and negative. Nothing happened. That doesn't surprise me because it's related to American business culture. Loyalty to superiors is more important than the quality of the product or responsibility to customers, see the Boeing 737 Max. When I made a suggestion in our company, I was given a balloon flight for my wife and myself. In an American company I might have been fired (slightly exaggerated).
2. A digitized page can be linked to the person you are looking for. This allows anyone with access to verify the entry. Of course, it's practical. But it is only a reference to the source and not a quotation. Anyone who has an account with FamilySearch should be able to identify the source even if they are not members. Our archives demand that they be cited and are not very happy when they are not.