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What Happens to Your Facebook Page When You Die?

Ever wonder what would happen to your Facebook profile if you died?

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That was the exact topic today on the Dennis & Judi show as they were discussing how many people who die have live profiles because no one has access to their passwords to shut it down.

People are now putting their Facebook passwords in their wills so that when they die, their heirs can manage or close their account.

What would you do? Would you give your passwords to someone or leave up your Facebook account as a memorial?

 

 

 

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