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Post-mortem profiles on social network sites serve as both an archive of the deceased person's life and a gathering place for friends and loved ones. Many existing systems utilize inheritance as a model for post-mortem data management. However, the social and networked nature of personal data on social media, as well as the memorializing practices in which friends engage, indicate that other approaches are necessary. In this paper, we articulate the design choices made throughout thedoi:10.1145/2858036.2858254 dblp:conf/chi/BrubakerC16 fatcat:tl6ykbog3fgjzejq3wvdsa2qge