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« Emergency Management Solutions April 2012 - Crisis Communications: 3 factors that influence trust | Main | Homeland Security and the minority report »

05/02/2012

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John R. Schmidt

This is laying the framework for allowing the survivors to turn off the deceased's social media, so they're not reminded sadly when old posts on facebook or twitter resurface. It's actually worth taking a moment to figure out, unlike "Porn Buddies" (Coupling, british TV show)

Lucien Canton

Good point. However, I think turning off accounts can be handled by a regular executor along with all the other administrative tasks without culling it out as a "social media will". I just don't see it as that important. I do agree that having the information readily available for the executor would be a good thing, similar to providing information on financial accounts and such.

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