January 15, 2013
NH Bill May Give Personal Representative Control Over Social Media
A bill introduced into New Hampshire's House may give the personal representative of a person's estate control over social media accounts after the account holder passes. The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing today on legislation that would give the executor or administrator of the estate the power to take control of social networking websites, blogging, or text and email accounts.
See NH Bill Gives Estate Control Over Social Media, WCAX.com, Jan. 14, 2013.
You may read the full text of this "primitive" digital asset statute here.
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