Made a run to the store, first for Starbucks, then for food. (My priorities).
The brain cells are clicking just enough to comment on genealogy and privacy. I subscribe to ancestry.com, and have several family trees there (mostly trees for people who might be related, partially to help my cousin in her researches).
Today Ancestry published their first ever Transparency Report, describing the times they have been asked for data by law enforcement and the times they released it. They also revised their policies. My brain's not up to reading it, but they refer to the EU's rules on moving personal data. Just one more straw in the wind of future concerns on data.