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What happens to your digital publishings when you die? March 16, 2010

Posted by Steven in The-Web.
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For people from the western world this is usually not a very common or pleasant topic. But it is important to think about what should happen to our digital stuff … even what should happen to our posts on the internet when we die?

Gizmodo-US has looked at this topic coming from the Facebook angle. The most direct bottom line from the article is: Even if it may not be so important right now: it seems important to think about topics like that. E.g. Leave your login information behind to allow trusted people to get access to your stuff etc. Otherwise your relatives may be confronted with larger issues.

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