Yes.....and any one tangentially related to you (cousins, nieces, etc). The government is actively (and aggressively) using databases like these for law enforcement. Just ask the Golden State Killer:
The Golden State Killer Is Tracked Through a Thicket of DNA, and Experts Shudder
This stuff is getting scary, getting nailed via DNA submitted by someone you may not even know (if you’re adopted, have a sibling/kid you don’t know about, etc.) even with GED Match and others changing their privacy policies it’s like the internet, once you hit SEND you can never completely erase it. Who knows what the technological/political/societal factors will be a decade from now, or two decades from now. And people actively allowing their DNA to be accessed by LEO via these genealogy services, frigan scary.I remember when this happened...this was before my sister had it done...I tried to tell her the implications of what she wanted to do and sent her the article where this happened...she told me to take my tin foil hat off. Yup...she's stupid. She has always lived for the moment and has made some pretty bad life decisions over the years...but she won't listen to reason.
Police were cracking cold cases with a DNA website. Then the fine print changed.