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Possible Solution to the 'If I Die, What Happens to My Domains' Question

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"Protect your online assets the same way you safeguard your physical assets.

Your will (or estate or trust) protects your car, your house, your retirement account, and all your other assets for you. It ensures these valuables make their way to your spouse, siblings, children, or other loved ones. But what happens to all the assets you've created on the Internet, from your email address(es) to your PayPal account to your Facebook profile?

Most of the websites we all use on a regular basis have little-to-no provisions in place for a loved one to transfer account information in a time of need. In some cases you might even need to get a lawyer involved just to access an email inbox. Your digital legacy needs protection, and we've built Legacy Locker to help solve these problems."

It's an interesting solution, the first I have seen. I do wonder about the security of such passwords being stored if they can plaintext them and give them to loved ones. It's never good to keep passwords in a format you can get the original text back, but the concept is a good one.

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