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chiccosinalo says

A lot of time we try to avoid the really but, this is a big question that i think needs attention. I wonder what happens to someones account when thy pass, is there a possibility of writing a will or something, or is the account destroyed?

I suggest that if we could have a next of kin option whereby, we can have all their details in so that incase something happens they are legible to claim the account.

This is my thought.

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Giallo says

Maybe an option like: “transfer all my items to author x” in case of inactivity for more than “x” months?

It may happen tho, is not a silly thing.

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josweb says

A sunny thought for today, but an important one!
You might like to read this:
http://www.instantshift.com/2011/08/25/prepare-for-your-comfortable-death-with-these-online-tools/

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VF says

I wonder if such thing happened ever here, anyone dead? :whistle:

We have too many unsolved problems / features pending for living people.

Btw, regarding not to be painful for others due to online presence I always keep a txt file on hardrive so that anyone can easily see all the emails and login data. Probably someone will send the message to all the emails after funeral. That’s the maximum I can do :P

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Emil_J says

Hmm, I smell some evil plans here. ;P

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