What happens to your social media accounts when you die

what happens to your social media accounts when you die
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20th century people are leaving behind a legacy of wealth and some digital assets. The most important asset in this is the deceased’s social media accounts.
After 10 years, there are 30 million such accounts on Facebook, whose owners have since been Died but still on social media.

By the end of this century, Facebook will become the world’s largest digital cemetery. The number of dead users will be more than its living customers. This is also the case with other social media sites.
If someone dies and someone else wants to open their account, remember this is a crime and illegal activity.

Social media companies also do not give anyone else access to your account.

However, different companies have adopted different methods for accessing their social media account after someone dies, allowing other users to access the data of a deceased person or delete a social media account. Let’s see what the different social media websites have adopted in this regard.

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