Digital Death Day
What happens to your bits when you die? Digital Death Day takes place on May 20, 2010 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. It’s an unconference set to explore what happens when a person dies. What happens to your digital assets? How do you probate digital assets? What about jointly held digital assets? What happens to your digital avatars? What are the policies about your email account upon death?
Since this is an unconference, the exact agenda will be created the morning of the conference by attendees. Conference price is $75 before May 13, and $100 thereafter.
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