Increasing number of Britons are leaving their passwords, login details, passwords and detailed instructions to digital executors who then use that personal information to tidy up web-based information.
By accessing the information from a secure server, an executor can erase secret email folders, close subscriptions to gambling or pornography websites or remove photographs from Facebook pages.
The “digital wills” keep passwords in a secret location but can allow paying clients to update them. When they die, a named guardian can access the information when a death certificate is presented.
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