Je pensais que t’étais mort mec ! C’est ce que Marvin, l’un de mes amis en ligne de longue date, m’a dit lorsque je me suis connecté à ma plate-forme de jeu préférée après une longue absence. Après avoir ri et échangé les dernières nouvelles, j’ai réfléchi une seconde […]
In the final weeks of 2019, Twitter announced an imminent cull of inactive accounts. Desultory users risked losing their Twitter handles and having to start building their social media presence all over again. But there was another implication: inactivity might also mean that the person behind the profile is […]
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Have you ever stopped to count how many online accounts you have? Do you listen to music on Spotify, upload your pictures to Dropbox and run your savings and investments on a platform? Do you do your banking online or through an app?
If any of those answers is yes, you may want to think about what would happen if you were seriously ill or died. You may only have a licence to use these services, with no automatic entitlement to pass on your login and password details to your heirs. You may have already been responsible enough to draw up a will, but you need to take further steps to safeguard your digital legacy. Here’s what you need to know.