Talking Dead: What's strange will happen to Facebook in the coming years?
Facebook is moving towards becoming the world's largest "virtual graveyard" by the year 2098. By the end of this century, the number of dead will exceed that of the live on the social networking site, according to statistical research.
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At present, Facebok has about 1.5 users worldwide. This inconceivable situation could arise due to Faecoek's decision not to delete dead users automatically. Instead, it leaves their profiles active for friends and relatives to remember. If we only look at this year's data, more than one million Facebook users have gone to the Lord. Compared to the 385.000 number of 2010, this number is very large.
According to Hachem Sadikki, a PhD candidate at Massachusetts University, who made this provision, the slow increase in the number of new users is also responsible for this.
Since most people do not share their Facebook code with friends or family, their profile remains active even after their death. This has been a bit of a shock in some cases in the past, when the dead were still appearing eg having a birthday in their friends' News Feed. The account can only be deleted if someone logs in with the password and disables it.
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Fakebok now allows users who want to assign 'Legacy Contact' to other users who can post a last message after their death and change their profile picture and cover photo.
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