Have you decided who of your loved ones can manage your Facebook profile after you’ve passed?

Have you decided who of your loved ones can manage your Facebook profile after you’ve passed?

The topic has attracted huge attention online and offline. I provide more insight about what this means to you in an interview on قناة الجزيرة مباشر – Aljazeera Mubasher Channel

A large portion of people on Facebook may have not reached that stage of life where you think about a topic of who do you bequeath your assets (digital or other to). Some might not even reached that stage in life where they have an asset (home, car, land,…) to give away; yet, they now they are triggered to think about it for

One of the comments I received that I loved is that a person is leaving their Facebook account and their books to their best friend who understands them the most. Loved the combination of the two.

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  • Roger Reply

    Facebook is becoming ridiculous with such features

    • Ayman Reply

      I’ve helped people who unfortunately lost a loved one and wanted to better manage the digital assets left behind. It isn’t pretty. The introduction of such features is generally an attempt to address needs and will need to always evolve to become better and cater more effectively to user needs.

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