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Google Lets You Name Digital Heirs to Your Accounts — Design News 04.15.13

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 16, 2013 01:10 AM
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by Tara Bellucci last modified Apr 15, 2013

What happens to your photos and email when you die? Last week, Google allowed users to choose what happens to their data after an extended period of inactivity. Set it for anywhere from three to 12 months, and Google will delete your data or pass it on to one or several "Inactive Account Managers" that you name.  In other news, Lance Armstrong's Austin home sells, and the Rijksmuseum reopens. See the headlines after the jump. More        






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