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A Message from the Founder of Famicity

Dear users of Famicity,

It’s been 10 years since we founded Famicity. In these 10 years, you have made this wonderful project live. Every day, you, along with thousands of other users, trust us with your moments of emotion to tell and share your family’s story.

Preserving your privacy has been and will always be our top priority. On Famicity, you’re at home. “At home” so you can communicate with your family and friends in complete confidence. This is why we prohibit the exploitation and resale of your personal data for advertising purposes.

If we want to continue this project while respecting our values, access to certain features can not remain completely free. It’s a fact that every family tree built, every story created and every message or photo shared consumes a lot of space on our secure servers. This inevitable cost of storage is difficult to assume alone.

And that’s not all: we have a full staff of developers, designers and support assistants who work every day to keep your story and that of your family.

That’s why we have launched a premium version of Famicity that will allow you to share, but above all to keep your most important videos that you will always enjoy revisiting. These are the first steps of your children, but also the voice of your grandfather who tells his story. Everything in your family’s story that deserves to be immortalized.

Our plan is to go much further with audio files, documents, prints of the family tree and your photo albums. All beautiful projects and features that we wish to bring you.

Many of you support us already by subscribing to the premium account that provides 50gb of video storage and sharing among other features for only $4.99/month. To subscribe, all you have to do is go to your account settings.Guillaume Languereau

Thank you for your ongoing trust and support.

See you soon on your family network,

Guillaume Languereau,
Co-Founder of Famicity



Dolores Sorce

I did try to sign up tonight. But, I’m not sure it is a good idea for me to put dates of birth for the living and so hesitated when it asked for mine. I think this is a great idea, but I also see facebook and others are involved here. I don’t mind seeing names, but dates of birth worries me, especially putting my mother’s maiden name and date of birth. Reassure me please.

Erin Harris
Erin Harris


One of the primary focuses of Famicity is our respect for privacy.

We do not have 3rd party advertising and our database of users and their content is not searchable by Google indexing.

With this, you can’t Google a person and find their information that you’ve place on Famicity out on the web pubically.

As for internal searches, users cannot see another user’s data without specific permission from that user.

For more information, check out this blog that goes into extensive detail about our privacy policies.

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