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Around 30 million Facebook accounts exist now for deceased individuals

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According to one prediction, if Facebook is still functioning in 2070, there will be more deceased individuals with Facebook accounts than actual living individuals.

According to research done by the journal The Guardian, Facebook will be populated with five billion deceased individuals by the year 2100, or 78 years from today.

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The majority of individuals will sign a will but have no planning whatsoever for what will happen to their digital possessions once they pass away, including their social media accounts. According to Pop Crush, 90% of us fit that description. What if the social media member has passed away?

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There may be a moral quandary here: who owns the information this user submitted if they are no longer around? especially if the family thought it was a private matter.

To promote a safer online environment, PTA and TikTok sign an agreement.

Is there anything on your social media profiles that could cause trouble in the future if you don’t provide someone you trust access to your passwords in the event that you pass away?

Facebook currently gives two options: convert the page into a memorial or mark the account as dead while keeping all the information online.

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