“Facebook’s Afterlife,” 90 N.C. L. Rev. 1643 (2012) The article “Facebook’s Afterlife” by Professor Jason Mazzone is a very good discussion about the concern that the ultimate legal ownership of content on social networking sites doesn’t reside with the creator or individual, but rather with the site itself. When an individual dies, the information placed on the site becomes the intangible property of the social network. Prof. Mazzone discusses ...

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