So now do the following. Make note of the URL that is displaying your data at the MyHeritage my site. For example, copy it from the browser and paste it into a file that you save on your computer somewhere.
Here's the test. Shut down RM so the AP can't possibly be running. Reboot your computer. Better yet, go to another computer that has never run RM and that has never been to MyHeritage.com. Open a browser and enter in that same URL that you made note of.previously. The exact same screen will appear as before, including your private data from your RM database on the left half of the screen. So the private data from your RM database has been cached on the MyHeritage servers.
I will offer up the following URL as an example. The RM data being referenced is from my personal RM database. I'm willing to offer up the example because none of the individuals listed are still living.http://www.myheritag...ch_confidence=9
If my data is not there on the left side of the screen when you click on the URL, then I will apologize most profusely. But assuming that you will see my data (which I think you will), notice that access to the data does not require that you logon to MyHeritage.com nor even that you have a MyHeritage.com account. Furthermore, I think I can assure you that the some of that data is not anywhere on the MyHeritage.com site and that the only place said data appears anywhere in the world is in my RM database. And yet there is a URL that will fetch the data to anybody in the world because I had a WebHints match on RM.