DeadSocial’s James Norris noticed the power of content being created in the context of it only being shown after someones death, particularly how powerful and poignant it can be when it is consumed.
With social networks allowing users to publicly display their feelings and emotions, there has been a huge rise in users that have used social connections to help the grieving process and mourn someones death.
Upon its launch you will be able to add messages to DeadSocial. You choose a super administrator (a loved one who you have granted access to DeadSocial and a solicitor) who then unticks the account upon your death, allowing your messages to be sent out.
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