Chinese short video giant Kuaishou now lets users memorialise accounts when the owners die

//Chinese short video giant Kuaishou now lets users memorialise accounts when the owners die

Chinese short video giant Kuaishou now lets users memorialise accounts when the owners die

Kuaishou, China’s second-largest short video-sharing platform, has launched a new function that lets people mourn deceased users, joining a growing number of Chinese social networks exploring ways to handle the digital afterlife of their members. During Ching Ming Festival, or tomb-sweeping day, on Sunday, Kuaishou announced that it will begin allowing accounts of deceased users to be handed over to a legacy trustee. The memorialised accounts will display the users’ year of birth and death, as…

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