Twitter Public Policy for Deceased User Accounts

The Twitter today published its policy to deal with the accounts of users who have passed away. According to the page, account owner’s family must first prove that you died by sending an email or letter to the company with a link to the obituary and what kinship. From there, the account would appear as a suggestion in the Who to Follow, and if the family wanted, Twitter help back up or delete the account.

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