Friday, October 14, 2011

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Sign of the times

The bluntly-named iCroak is an online service aiming to help people plan how their digital assets are managed after their death.

For an annual fee of between £10 to £15 or a one-off membership of £150, the user can categorise their assets and create "Guardian" accounts for those assets they want to preserve or bequeath.

The "Guardian" will receive an email with a unique username and password and link to iCroak. When the person who has nominated them dies - and a death certificate must be verified first - they will be able to see what has been left to them.

BBC News - I bequeath my iTunes credits to..

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