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Google’s New Inactive Account Manager Gives You Control Over Your Digital Afterlife

Google’s New Inactive Account Manager Gives You Control Over Your Digital Afterlife | SocialMedia Source | Scoop.it

What will happen to your Gmail, YouTube, and other Google centric digital assets after you die?


Although this is probably not something on which you wish to contemplate, it is an issue that rears its head with some regularity. Today Google has launched its Inactive Account Manager (on the Google Account settings page). This new facility allow you to tell Google what you want done with your digital assets should you croak out.

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Patricia Mellin's curator insight, April 12, 2013 3:31 AM

Google is launching its Inactive Account Manager on the Google Account settings page, which sets out to set up a system that allows you to tell Google “what you want done with your digital assets when you die or can no longer use your account.”

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ViDEO: Social Media Channels for Selling that AREN'T Facebook or Twitter

ViDEO: Social Media Channels for Selling that AREN'T Facebook or Twitter | SocialMedia Source | Scoop.it
You want to brand, market, and, yes, sell via social media. Image But say there is no Facebook or Twitter, so what do you do?
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What Is Anonymous?

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Anonymous is planning to target Facebook in an attack Jan. 28 — at least that’s what a video uploaded to YouTube Monday is claiming in the name of the hacker network.
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Twitter’s API Crackdown May Be Bad For Users, Even If They Never Notice

Twitter’s API Crackdown May Be Bad For Users, Even If They Never Notice | SocialMedia Source | Scoop.it
This week Twitter launched its new API. There are still lots of questions about what this means for developers, and what role developers have played in Twitter's rise. But the general consensus seems to be that it doesn't matter much for most users.
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NBC lays out 2012 London Olympics broadcast plan on TV and social media

NBC lays out 2012 London Olympics broadcast plan on TV and social media | SocialMedia Source | Scoop.it

Love it or hate it, we're stuck with NBC as our Olympics broadcaster in the US, and the company recently laid out its full plans for the 2012 Olympics in London this summer.

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