Protecting your digital assets in the afterlife

We're more connected to the digital world than ever before. Businesses are using the Web to go global and people are using websites such as Facebook, Twitter, or their blogs to communicate. The result is the ever-growing mass of digital assets—which is often left in cyberspace after you die.

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by C. Yoder



Updated on: March 23, 2023 · 3 min read

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