Timur Emek, Associated Press
This Feb. 1, 2012 photo shows the Facebook logo on a computer screen in Berlin. A published report says Facebook is seeking a valuation of $85 billion to $95 billion when it goes public in a few weeks. The Wall Street Journal, citing unnamed people familiar with the matter, said Thursday May 3, 2012 that the company plans to set the per-share price of its stock in the high $20s to mid $30s. This is a narrower range than the previously expected $75 billion to $100 billion. Facebook's initial public offering will be by far the largest Internet IPO ever, dwarfing even Google Inc.'s in 2004. After contacting Facebook and gaining support, John Berlin saw a Look Back video of his late son, BBC News reported.

John Berlin lost his son Jesse in 2012. And just recently, he wanted to see a Look Back video of his son’s life through Facebook. But he couldn’t get it, as it’s a profile-based feature by the social media company, BBC News reported. But after contacting Facebook and gaining support, Berlin received his video.

"This experience reinforced to us that there's more Facebook can do to help people celebrate and commemorate the lives of people they have lost," a Facebook spokesperson told the BBC.

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