Wednesday, July 30, 2014
As I have previously discussed, many private companies are developing ways for their clients and account members to plan for how their online accounts and digital assets will be handeled after they die. Now, Twitter has put their hat in the ring, and with a twist. Soon, Twitter users that just can’t live without tweeting may not have to stop just because their dead. The LivesOn app is currently in beta testing, but may be able to provide a way for the tweets to live on.
See Connie Rock, I’ll Tweet When I’m Dead: Estate Planning in the Digital Age, Flip the Media, July 28, 2014.