Are there any plans to make it so that when I die, the information I entered about me could become public?
@CindyHamilton — Not from your own private account. And it matters whether you have an LDS member account or not.
Your best bet is to share with another—and perhaps younger—contributor all materials and details you want to become public. Let them curate a person profile for you in their own private tree space.
Then when you pass they change their profile of you from living to deceased and voilà you pop out into the public tree.
Duplicate profiles may emerge. They require merging. There can be some ceremony to this merging work. It can be a wonderful, deeply meaningful experience for the participants because the result is a collective, collaborative memorial. But for some it can also be a painful experience as old conflicts and buried secrets may come to the surface.
Welcome to the "Community.FamilySearch" Forum.
I am just another 'lowly' User/Patron ...
Just in passing ...
As far as I am aware ...
From what I have garnered, from various mediums ...
[ eg. Podcasts, by 'FamilySearch', Ron TANNER, Product Manager; and, the like; and this Forum ... ]
'FamilySearch' is considering/exploring various possibilities; but, nothing is determined; as, yet
As such ...
The MAIN thing is, that SOMEHOW, one's "Death", MUST be recorded, in one's 'FamilySearch' Account.
Whereby, one's 'FamilySearch' Account, WILL be "Closed".
Once, that is done ...
"All"; BUT, the "Living" (and, "Confidential") individuals/persons, in one's "Private Spaces"; and, one's "Private" Memories, WILL be available to ALL - ie. "Public".
As an aside ...
Here are some "Knowledge Articles", in 'FamilySearch':
I know, that this certainly does not exactly help/assist; but, I hope, that this may provide you with, some additional, insight; and, perspective.
Here is why LDS or not matters:
LDS members. FamilySearch accounts of LDS members are automatically and permanently locked as soon as the member's death is recorded in another LDS system, which usually happens quickly and is not under the control of the immediate family. Currently, this account locking also locks up and keeps private any information about self or others that is held inside the account. There has been discussion about somehow releasing some profiles of other persons from inside a locked account, but to my knowledge this discussion does not include the "home" profile of the account owner.
Not LDS members. FamilySearch accounts of contributors who do not have the special LDS-linked accounts may be locked if FamilySearch is informed the contributor is deceased, but this may not happen for years, if ever. In the meantime, if the contributor has shared the account login name and password with someone else, that other person can continue to use the account. However, the deceased contributor's "home" profile cannot be marked deceased inside the contributor's own account.
So, to create a profile for yourself inside your own account that you intend to leave ready to "pop out" into the public tree space after you die, you would need to create a duplicate of yourself in your private tree space, not use your "home" profile. You could then leave instructions with your estate plan documents, directing your executor or some other person to access your account to mark that profile deceased.