It is not unusual for genealogists to keep information regarding the living off the Internet - for obvious reasons.
However, what about the recently departed. Say, in the last thirty or forty years.
I have published death records ca turn of the century [no, I am talking about ca 1900] as well as birth records, marriage records, land records, church records.
I have no qualms about posting my parents death records and/or death notices.
I have yet to publish to the Internet my grandmother's divorce records as I believe these are much too personal to allow all to read.
What about recent real estate transactions, these are public records, should these be published.
Where is the line drawn and what are the exceptions.