When people of this generation move on to the next realm, they often, along with other legacies, leave a Facebook or other social networking account in their wake. When a relative of such a deceased person fill a particular form, FB changes the deceased's status to "Resting in peace". But, the relatives are still denied access to this data, preventing them from deleting it or viewing friends messages. Aren't these policies unfair? Some other websites don't even want to think that such an entity as death even exists. Don't the owners realize that these policies may actually be causing emotional and psychological suffering to the deceased's partner, spouse, parents, children, family, etc.? What are your opinions on these policies?