The Industry Standard posted an interesting article on the potential for Google to try and take on some of the territory Ancestry rules.
From the article:
- Ancestry.com has approximately 890,000 paid subscribers and 750 million page views per month.
- Sullivan (CEO of The Generations Network) said (the company) was concerned about Google's potential plans, pointing out that the company had been very successful at indexing text documents: "Any printed material will end up on Google or the Web," Sullivan declared.
- When asked about Google, Sullivan said, "We view that their mission and ours is quite complimentary." However, he declined to discuss the nature of communications between the two companies.