Is there a way to protect data?
Is there a way to keep data from being changed if it isn't backed up with a valid source? My 7th GGfather, John Mack has been repeatedly given the birth date that is actually the marriage date of his mother and father in law. Neither the date or location has anything to back it up yet it keeps being used over and over. I removed the date and replaced the place with just Scotland. I put an approximate year based on the year of his marriage and gave a clear explanation as to why but it was changed back again, leaving my original explanation in tact. See https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/KFF3-R53 Now I see there has been a name addition/change. James wasn't used in this family for generations after immigration so it isn't likely his name was James. MacGahye has been attached to him a lot too, without cause. There is a clear tug of war going on and it seems like accuracy should have top priority. It can't be called family history if it is actually family myth.
When we are creating a one world tree, there should be a way to protect a profile, like is done at Wikitree. If appropriate, a profile can be added to a project then only members of the project can edit and it is done with collaboration.