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Eldorado

Who will deal with your online presence when you die?

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Eldorado

Two things are certain in life: death and the internet.

With so many day-to-day functions, tasks and memories now taking place online, the question of what will become of your digital legacy – who will preserve, control or delete your accounts when you are gone – has become increasingly important.

Making a plan now can prevent identity theft, preserve documents and records you want saved, and stop your friends and family receiving painful pop-up reminders on social media. But from privacy issues and cybersecurity to copyright, there are many potential hurdles to organising your digital will.

Here’s what you need to know.

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2021/apr/11/who-will-deal-with-your-online-presence-when-you-die-how-to-create-a-digital-will

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Manwon Lender

Well being Buddhist I don't have be concerned about this. When I die after the mourning period which is 49 days, I will be reincarnated, so I will sign back in continue to use my old username and carry on just like before!!:tsu:

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Dreamer screamer

The Irony of this is, you're already LEGALLY DEAD. 

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MissJatti

What better way than.. Cryogenic sleep 

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jethrofloyd

My ghost.

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