Living people who die
I know many people who are not members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints who would like to use and add memories to FS. However, after they die there is no one to mark their account as deceased. Can Living people with birthdates entered be automatically marked deceased after 110 years?
Besides accounts that are linked to church membership and its living status. There is a "Grim Reaper" program out there that marks living people as deceased. I think waits longer than 110 years.0
I never add memories about living people. I will upload images to memories of deceased ancestors which contain living people, but the living are not tagged. I do not even document the living unless they have asked me to do their family history, and then I will create a record for them and add a Facebook profile image of them. The only reason I do that is so they can find themselves in pedigree screen shots I email or share, and understand how they are related to their ancestors. I have trees in Ancestry and keep the records here up to date as well - BUT I have NO information about the living. I have no wedding photos of nieces, nephews or children. I have no birthday photos. I don't even have most of those people in the tree to begin with. There should be NO information about the living in FamilySearch other than what is required to connect them to the world tree.
I am very content knowing that when I pass, there will be almost NOTHING missing from the public view. All photos of me and my parents, grandparents, etc, are found in those person pages.2
I don't intentionally add anything about living people on the FS tree. A few names have slipped in with the recent release of the 1950 US census.0