Siouxsie on Social Networking from Beyond the Grave [UPDATE]

Who will get your facebook page when you die?

A few months back, Siouxsie blogged about the some issues involved with social networking after your death.

Yesterday, there was a great article in the Washington Post about this very topic.  Check it out here.

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~ by siouxsielaw on January 26, 2010.

2 Responses to “Siouxsie on Social Networking from Beyond the Grave [UPDATE]”

  1. There’s an easier solution than paying some company $29.99 to store all your passwords in case you die:

    Make all of your passwords the same, and easy to guess by the people you leave behind. Simply choosing a password like “password” or “12345” is the best way to ensure that your family will be able to get in touch with your Second Life lover or those following your Twitter feed once you’ve dropped dead of a heart attack. Because, these are the things I worry about.

  2. […] posted on Cyberspace When You Are Dead.  Siouxsie has written about this topic before:  HERE and HERE.  We are all going to die.  But, your digital life may  live on.  Facebook Twitter and all […]

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