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What Happens to Your Online Writings When You Die?

21st Century writers share stories in hundreds of different corners of the Internet. But what happens to all this work at the end of your life?

Deceased Account is a useful site that shows how countless websites deal with someone’s writings after they have died. It includes information for everything from Twitter to LiveJournal to Yahoo accounts.

Here’s more about the site: “Deceased Account is a free resource provided by LifeEnsured for families to help manage the on-line accounts of deceased relatives … Our mission: Make it easy for families to manage the accounts of their deceased loved ones. We gather documentation and best practices from on-line account providers on how to close, transfer or change accounts of deceased users. If you have any updates to the information below or services you believe should be listed, please email us updates@deceasedaccount.com.”

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