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Paramedics were called to the Prudential Building where Alex Okrent was given emergency treatment, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Okrent, who worked in Obama's paid media department, was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Originally posted by MrInquisitive
reply to post by volcom2308
As another poster said, this is likely general FB policy for dead members. That said, I tried to google FB policy for death of members, and I must say: it's hard to get a straight answer on the protocol. The most I found was that non-friends cannot see the person's wall/page/whatever (I'm not a MyFace member, so I don't know all the particulars of the semantics of the site). But it stands to reason that this isn't prima facie evidence of a conspiracy of any sort.
To the original poster: did you research FB policy for dead members before creating this post? If not, then you didn't do due dilligence.
Originally posted by toolstarr
From what I understand , It can be somewhat difficult to get a facebook closed after the death of a loved one, unless they have the password of course.