My friend Diane Miller called the following entry in FamilySearch.org Family Tree to my attention. I have to do the screenshot in more than one stage. I am blocking out part of the information, just in case this indicates some kind of family feud.
You have to look carefully at the family outlined on the right-hand side of the screen to understand the full impact of the statement above:
It keeps going on:
Notice that there are no sources, yet. We can only imagine why this particular entry was chosen for the imposition of Read Only status. It looks like there might have been a measure of unsourced disagreement over the content. I can only say, that this is a good sign. I have a whole list of people who should be read only in my own family. But I would prefer it was done after I had added all the sources. We have been told that FamilySearch will take this step in some cases and here is proof positive that they are taking this program seriously. If you want to fight about your ancestors go somewhere else to do the fighting.
By the way, it would take me about ten minutes or so to fix this entry, assuming I had some source to go on.