I just came across a very strange thing on Facebook Tonight. It was like the angel of death stood infont of me, Giving me a trailer or options for my future Facebook account.
“When a user passes away, we memorialize their account to protect their privacy. Memorializing an account sets the account privacy so that only confirmed friends can see the profile or locate it in search. The Wall remains, so friends and family can leave posts in remembrance. Memorializing an account also prevents anyone from logging into the account.”
Okay, So That’s what They will do with my virtual body after I am dead – Shift my Facebook account to the social net workers’ cemetery and allow my friends to throw a flower or two on my grave once in awhile.
I read the content of the page further. I wanted to know how the memorializing is done. (Horrible Horrible and more Horrible)
The page read:
More curiosity, more tension.Memorializing the account:
Please report this information here, so we can memorialize this person’s account. Memorializing the account restricts profile access to confirmed friends only. Please note that in order to protect the privacy of the deceased user, we cannot provide login information for the account to anyone.Removing the account:
Verified immediate family members may request the removal of a loved one’s account. This will completely remove the account from Facebook, so no one can view it. We will not restore the account or provide information on its content unless required by law. If you are requesting a removal and are not an immediate family member of the deceased, your request will not be processed. In this case, the account will be memorialized.
If you are an immediate family member and would like to request that we remove your loved one’s account from the site, click here. You may also use this form if you have a special request regarding a deceased user’s account.”
But perhaps, If We leave behind some good words, Yes unless we leave behind some good notes, few words of wisdom, and spiritual healing to be remembered by. Then perhaps we have a good chance to live in people’s good actions.