Saturday, October 20, 2012

Your Digital Estate: What Happens When You Die?

 From AARP

Your Digital Estate: What Happens When You Die?

Follow these 6 steps to protect your online data

When you die, your physical estate — your home, stocks, bonds and money — go to the heirs you named in your will. If you don't have a will, state laws will govern what happens to your assets. But what about your digital estate, such as pictures, Facebook status updates, tweets, emails and documents stored in the cloud or on social media sites?

You can make those data, and the memories that come with them, available to your heirs with a little preparation.


Your online activity: Memorialize or delete?

If you die without leaving specific instructions, the online service where the data is stored determines what to do with your information and content. That means sites like ... Read the entire article.

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