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Submitted by SactoGamer 952d ago | article

Digital estate planning will give loved ones access to your digital content

N10: It's something morbid and a topic most find quite off-putting. But what many are calling "Digital Afterlife" is becoming just as important as your will.

When you die, the digital content you leave behind - email accounts, songs, books, etc. - could be lost forever. (Culture)

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SilentNegotiator  +   949d ago
Copy your iTunes songs....iTunes won't allow you to pass on your account.

Bruce Willis was denied ability to pass his account on.
I guess it will
*sunglasses*
Die Hard.

YEEAAAAAAAAAAAA- sorry, that was a bad joke.

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