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Facebook Creates a Special ‘Look Back’ Video for Grieving Father After Hearing His Plea

A dad lost his son in 2012 and still can’t access his son’s Facebook page, so he made this plea on YouTube for a Look Back video. Facebook typically disables the accounts of people who have died. Here is the original video:

Well, after being viewed by over 2 million people, Facebook finally answered his call. Facebook employees who were “moved” by the video and have since created a special version of the social network’s “A Look Back” anniversary videos.

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