Attended a really interesting webinar last night called "Wills and Estates Law in the Digital Age," covering topics like transferring and accessing digital assets and content when someone dies or become incapacitated. Everyone has digital accounts somewhere, right? If you die or become incapaciated, who has access to your email accounts, digital music, digital photographs and videos, software licenses, social network accounts, file sharing accounts, financial and online banking accounts, domain registrations, DNS service accounts, web hosting accounts, tax preparation service accounts, online stores, or online medical information, and who is the "owner" of that data? And how does that work with federal and state privacy laws?

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