n.a person who accesses archival records for purposes beyond those that generated the creation of the recordsGeda 1979, 163–164Some collectors of data are interested in distributing their data themselves. Direct contact with prospective users allows principal investigators to stay abreast of research areas being explored by secondary users and to offer consultation to these users as required.Geda and Austin 1980, 127Collectors of data may extend proprietary rights over their data to include their graduate students working on dissertations or research projects. Therefore, the data may be available for accessioning until these secondary projects are completed. This attituded is reinforced if the original researchers and students feel that open access to the data may result in their being “scooped” by a secondary user of data.Bailey 1989, 187Physical arrangement is of little concern for electronic records because the flexibility of the medium allows anyone using the information, either the creator or a secondary user, to impose his own order on the records according to his particular needs. It is therefore almost impossible to determine exactly what the “original order” of the datafile was.Roberts 2007, 73Potential use of the materials by secondary users should be considered in archival appraisal.Lee and Capra 2011, 43The secondary value of records is derived from using the records for reasons different from those for which the records were created. The beneficiary of the secondary value of records—often called a secondary user—is “everyone else.”Acker and Brubaker 2014, 16As they are implemented, memorial profiles fail to acknowledge (or even permit) that other users may maintain the deceased’s data post-mortem. Facebook has explicitly chosen not to enable delegation of data management to a secondary user, such as an archivist or a named survivor.Robyns 2014, 9Secondary values benefited a record’s “secondary users,” which Schellenberg largely considered to be historians rather than administrators and records creators.