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What happens to  Facebook account after death of the user.  Does this simply continue unoperated. It is possible to appoint some successor in event of death for logging in the account. Here is link that suggestes preparing for continuance of Facebook account in even of death.

https://in.finance.yahoo.com/news/why-one-facebook-security-experts-011259469.html

 


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  • Re: Facebook account after death

    by » 7 years ago


    It is a security measure. Facebook security product manager Melissa Luu-Van says that you should be prepared to die: For every online account you have, you should make sure someone can access it if you're gone.

     


  • Re: Facebook account after death

    by » 6 years ago


    In this era of technology, one spends a considerable amount of time of his life being active on social platform. People indulge more in facebook talk than on face to face talk. And your account becomes like your other assets because you have invested your  time and emotions in it. It surely can be considered as a legacy that you can pass on.


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  • Re: Facebook account after death

    by » 6 years ago


    @ Arunima , we don't normally write two posts in a row here on this forum. You need to wait for some other member to respond before you make another post. Kalyani our moderator has already warned you against this once in one of the discussions, I am presuming that you have not seen her post..


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  • Re: Facebook account after death

    by » 6 years ago


    social media is slowing becoming a major part of our life. so this article is pretty interesting in that context. 

    but the question do we really want to see updates about the person who is no more. Should we not let them rest in peace instead of "liking" "commenting" and "posting" about them. Do we need them "virtually" alive?


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  • Re: Facebook account after death

    by » 6 years ago


    Being very old thread this is discontinued. 


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