Social networking giant Facebook is allowing users to name a digital heir who will be able to look after the account when they die - British daily The Independent reported on Thursday.
Facebook users could choose 'digital heirs'
The new scheme will enable digital heirs to pin posts, respond to new friend requests and update profile pictures (File photo: Shutterstock)
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