Digital Assets MySpace

Who should be notified?
accountcare [Email address: accountcare #AT# support.myspace.com - replace #AT# with @ ]
Who can notify them? What documents are needed?
Next of kin (mother, father, spouse, domestic partner, son or daughter) can notify them. Email proof of death such as an obituary or death certificate. Send the email from your personal email account and tell them how you’re related to the deceased. Include the deceased’s MySpace friend ID along with a specific request to delete the profile or remove content.
If no password, can survivor receive one? How?
If you have access to the email account tied to the deceased’s MySpace profile, you can retrieve the password through the Forgot Password link located on the MySpace home page. If you do not have the password, you cannot obtain it.
Process for inactive accounts?
Inactive accounts remain in cyberspace forever unless a next of kin requests that they be removed.

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