What do you think should happen to your social media accounts after you die? According to The Inquisitr, New Hampshire State Rep. Peter Sullivan has proposed legislation that would give the executor of an estate control over the deceased's internet profiles, including Facebook, Twitter, and Gmail.
Sullivan says he proposed the bill to prevent people from being able to post mean messages without the family having access to the page to delete the messages.
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