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Erica Swallow

from Mashable

Erica Swallow is an Assistant Editor at Mashable, working primarily on writing, editing and managing…

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7 Ways to Handle Digital Life After Death

By Erica Swallow (from Mashable) on October 4, 2010



MashDeathPOV.jpgDeath is a fact of life. When someone dies, they’re no longer physically here, but their digital self lives on. There are over 5 million accounts on Facebook that are inactive due to
death,
according to the calculations
of BlackBook Media’s Executive Editor Chris Mohney. And that’s just
Facebook. Think about all of the other social sites and online services
out there – the number of abandoned accounts due to death must be
enormous.

After someone passes away, their digital assets live on in the form of computer files and data online. For some, that’s not a big deal. But for others, the thought of leaving digital assets unattended for eternity after death is unthinkable. Luckily, there are a number of services that allow you to delete, update, or transfer account information after you – or someone you care about – is gone.

Here are seven services that help manage a digital life after death. If you’ve heard of other services that also handle these services, add your thoughts in the comments below.

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