African American DNA Research Forum
We need to mobilize to motivate AncestryDNA to get shared DNA segment data to us.
In addition to flooding Ancestry’s feedback channel, I also recommend that participants in AncestryDNA’s Human Genetic Diversity Project remove themselves from the project until Ancestry delivers the shared segment data/chromosome browser. You can withdraw all of your information from AncestryDNA’s project by emailing a request to email@example.com. Be sure to mention the lack of matching segment data and chromosome browser functions as the reason for your decision.
Withdrawing from the project will not impact your results nor your access to your results: http://ldna.ancestry.com/legal/consentAgreement.aspx
If you do not remember whether you accepted the Consent Agreement for this project, check your test settings on the AncestryDNA page; information about how you responded to the Consent Agreement appears in the right column.
You can also demand accuracy and transparency from AncestryDNA by signing this petition: