Within a few years, Facebook will be a huge one cemetery virtual. Sooner or later it had to happen: just like in human history, the dead will outweigh the living. It has been calculated that in 2098 Facebook will become the largest 'virtual' graveyard in the world.
To say it is the prediction of Hachem Sadikki, a statistician at the University of Massachusetts, who developed his theory based on the social network's choice to continue to refuse to automatically delete the accounts of deceased users, and based on the fact that the growth of new users of Facebook will soon begin to slow down. On the other hand, almost the entire computerized world already has an account.
According to 'Digital Beyond' 970 Facebook users will die this year; in 2010 they were almost 386 thousand, in 2012 they were 580 thousand.
For delete a deceased person, the only way is to delete the account by logging in, but few are those who think about it or who have the personal data of the deceased. On the other hand, we don't even know what the internet will be like in almost 90 years: perhaps Facebook will no longer exist, perhaps we will have other problems.