Parents of a teenage boy who committed suicide are fighting Facebook over privacy laws which block grieving families from accessing minors' accounts.
Eric Rash, 15, took his own life in January 2011. His body was found by his father Ricky in a field close to the family's farm in Nottaway County, Virginia.
Following his shocking death, the grieving parents wanted to check Eric's Facebook profile in the hope of shedding some light on why the teenager took his own life.
However Facebook does not allow parents to access their children's account because of federal and state privacy laws - a matter which is being debated today in the Virginia Senate.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2280800/Facebook-bans-parents-accessing-sons-profile-committed-suicide.html#ixzz2LM2GSzAe
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