Samuel invited you to "***Free_$$1000_Best_Buy_Giftcard***" today.
Start Time: Today, May 31 at 8:30am
End Time: Thursday, July 29 at 4:00am
For obvious reasons I will not be attending this event. I am however thinking about sending the Facebook team an email letting them know that spammers are using our friend's account for their nefarious and much asterisk'd scams.
What do you guys think? I'm afraid that maybe they'll close the account if they know he is not alive. On the other hand, I do not think this is cool.
Maybe an option is to figure out how to log in and do a little house cleaning, make it look like he is the one complaining about the spam. But that would set up a web of lies, and possibly freak people out. Imagine:
/log into facebook/sign into chat/"oh hey, Sam is online"/..../"whaaaaaat???"/freak out.
His account was either targeted randomly, or because of his inactivity. Or I guess b/c of a chain of people with some relation to him that have the same thing sending from their accounts. Or it generated from my account. But who knows for sure.
Just ran into these:
And this is generally usless, but has a few good posts-
It could be a mistake to have him not show up in certain searches. Who makes these descisions? For instance, our children might wonder in 70 years what our tattoos mean, or why there is a 1000 foot tall (and a-rouuuund) tree at Upton.
long live 122,
p.s. i know there are people who know my passwords and bank details yadda yadda. i hope you all have the same type of info in the hands of someone you trust. maybe in the future, directions for you online persona will be a standard part of wills.