Facebook After Death

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Facebook after death.

That’s the topic of new legislation proposed in New Hampshire that would allow the executor of an estate to control and access social networking pages of the person who died, according to Yahoo! News.

State Rep. Peter Sullivan penned the bill. He said it would provide closure for a loved one’s family and help prevent bullying after the person dies.

States including Oklahoma, Idaho, Rhode Island, Indiana and Connecticut have also proposed legislation regarding someone’s online accounts after they die, according to Yahoo! News.

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