Digital Resurrection - Facebook Account After Death

New options on Facebook come and go, but if you ever wonder what would happen to your account after your passed on, here is your answer.
Facebook has an option capturing comments, photos, personal info and turning into digital memorial.
Here are the options:
What does memorializing an account mean?
When a user passes away, we memorialize their account to protect their privacy. Memorializing an account removes certain sensitive information (e.g., status updates and contact information) and sets privacy so that only confirmed friends can see the profile or locate it in search. The Wall remains so that friends and family can leave posts in remembrance. Memorializing an account also prevents all login access to it.
I’d like to report a deceased user or an account that needs to be memorialized.
Please report this information here so that we can memorialize this person’s account. Memorializing the account removes certain more sensitive information like status updates and 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. We do honor requests from close family members to close the account completely.
Sue for access: Need to see your family member's Facebook profile, for closure?
If your family is intent on gaining access to your Facebook account, they'll have to resort to legal action against Facebook. The woman had access to her son's account, and it was only when Facebook realized the boy was dead that they revoked it. She sued to get it back. Facebook provided the parents an electronic snapshot of their son's Facebook page to see everything contained within it. This included all messages, wall postings and photographs.
So for now be aware of the fact that everything you post, send and receive could be view by your love one.
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