Berlin court rejects parents' request for access to dead child's Facebook - Xinhua

BERLIN, May 31 (Xinhua) -- Berlin's supreme court has rejected Wednesday the German parents' request for the access to their dead girl's Facebook account, local media reported. The daughter was killed by a subway train five years ago, yet the death ...

Mother not allowed into dead daughter's Facebook account – Berlin court - RT

A Berlin court rejected an appeal by the mother of a dead 15-year-old German teen, who was seeking access to her daughter's private Facebook account. The court said the right to privacy outweighs the right to inheritance, local media reported. Berlin's ...

Parents of dead girl lose case to access her Facebook account and see if she was cyber bullying victim - The Independent

The parents of a girl who died after being hit by a subway train have lost their appeal for access to her Facebook account. The 15-year-old died in Berlin in 2012, and her parents say they want to use her Facebook messages to work out if she was a ...

Parents have no right to dead child's Facebook account, German court says - Arab News

FRANKFURT: A German court rejected a mother's demand on Wednesday that Facebook grant her access to her deceased daughter's account. In the ruling, which overturned a lower court's decision, the Berlin appeals court said the right to private ...

German court denies parents access to dead teen's Facebook account - Phys.Org

A German court on Wednesday backed online giant Facebook in its battle to reject a demand by the parents of a dead teenage girl for access to her account. The 15-year-old was killed by a Berlin underground train in 2012 and her parents have been trying ...

German court rejects parents' access to dead teenager's Facebook account - BBC News

A court in Germany has ruled that the parents of a dead teenage girl have no right to access their daughter's Facebook account. The 15-year-old was killed by a train in 2012 and her parents were trying to establish if she had committed suicide. They ...