What happens to your data after you die? Google wants to help…

What happens to your data after you die?

 

Google wants to help

 

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myfoxal ^ | April 13, 2013Posted on Sunday, April 14, 2013 7:31:40 AM by JoeProBono

 

In the digital age, settling your estate is not the only thing many need to think about.A new Google tool gives users the power to decide what happens to their digital assets, including email, photos and data, should they pass away.

 

The Inactive Account Manager allows users to enable Google to delete their data or pass the info along to a trusted loved one after a certain period of inactivity – three, six, nine or 12 months.

 

 

 

 

 

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The company will email and text users before deleting the data in case the person is, in fact, still alive……

 

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1 Response to What happens to your data after you die? Google wants to help…

  1. Gunny G says:

    “Google wants to help”
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    😉

    Semper Suspicious!

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