Facebook grants grieving father wish to watch son`s `Look Back` video
Washington: In an act of kindness, Facebook reportedly granted a grieving father his wish to see his dead son`s Facebook " Look Back" video.
John Berlin was desperate to see his son Jesse`s video, but since he did not have access to his son`s account, he uploaded a video on YouTube requesting Facebook to release his son`s video clip.
Berlin later received a call from Mark Zuckerberg , saying that because of his video, Facebook wanted to help them and the others, News.com.au reported.
Following Facebook`s intervention, Berlin and his family were able to watch the 62 second long video of Jesse, who had passed away two years back.
Meanwhile, Facebook said in a statement that with the number of people using its service, it`s often very difficult to act on behalf of one, but John`s story and emotion moved them to take action.
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