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Special Report: Digital Life After Death

Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 10:23 PM EDT

Death is a fact of life, but dying in the digital age is altogether different. Even when a person passes away, their online presence remains. Many of people log on to our bank accounts, e-mail, and social media profiles every day. And sometimes your loved ones aren't prepared for your digital afterlife. They find it hard to access those accounts, and laws create a grey area for who actually owns the content you leave behind.


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Special Report: Digital Life After Death


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