Sunday, September 27, 2009

BBC NEWS | Programmes | Click | Protecting your digital assets after death

Another sign of digital stuff mainstreaming

Despite this there are some products and services who purposefully focus on what happens to your data after you die.

One such is Legacy Locker, based in San Francisco is run by Jeremy Toeman. For a monthly or lifetime fee you can upload and store all your most personal passwords and documents which are then e-mailed to your pre-chosen contacts should the worst happen to you.

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And if you are rightly worried about a start up business expiring before you do, Legacy Locker claims that it has set aside enough funding to carry on running the servers for decades to come, even if the company itself stops operating.

The full article also references Total Recall, which is on my recommended reading list.

BBC NEWS | Programmes | Click | Protecting your digital assets after death

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