Icha Ibanez has more than 600 friends and 223 photos on Facebook. Her profile photo shows Ibanez smiling, wearing a beret. Her daily updates highlight poems and funny sayings.
Ibanez died in January, but her page lives on through her family.
As South Floridians, particularly baby boomers and seniors, increasingly live their lives online, questions about the digital afterlife are arising more and more: What happens to social media sites and accounts when you go to the big server in the sky? Should your relatives preserve or delete them?
Ibanez’s family made the decision because she was very active on Facebook.
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