All of your assets that are in digital form, which includes passwords, online accounts, social media profiles, music, photos, cat videos… make up your Digital Estate. Here's how to get it all in order.
Sprint, T-Mobile, and EE (formerly Orange) were all called out for giving people trouble canceling contracts after a death.
The largest social network in the world has finally gotten around to dealing with the death of its members in a more human way. But is it enough?
According to current U.S. law (which was written before the age of the commercial web), digital assets aren't something you can leave to someone in your Will.
Do you actually own digital book, music, and movie purchases, or are you just renting them for the duration of your life?
Without violence, bloodshed, or actual physical death.
A Digital Executor is responsible for managing your digital assets after you die.