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NH House considering who controls social media

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire lawmakers could soon study if control of Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts should go to the families left behind after the user's death. The House voted 222-128 on Wednesday without debate to give state Rep. Peter Sullivan, the sponsor of a bill that would have given control over the accounts to the executor of the deceased person's estate,...

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