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The digital will: to protect your data and wishes

You know the will traditional, but did you know that there is now a way to transmit your digital accounts as well as your last will and testament after your death?

➡️  This is the digital will.

In this article, we'll look at what a digital will is, what it's for, and how to set it up.

What is a digital will?

A digital will complements the traditional will. Instead of focusing on the distribution of material and financial assets after your death, it allows you to transmit passwords, confidential codes, seed phrasesYou can also use the information you have stored online or on digital media to provide your heirs with access to the information.

➡️ This includes your online banking accountsyour social networksyour websites, your email boxesyour photos and videos and even music, books or movies downloaded from the Internet.

Free - No commitment - No credit card required

⚠️ The digital will does not replace your authentic will completed at a notary's office. ✅

What is the purpose of a digital will?

The digital will ensures that your digital information is accessible or deleted after your death. This means you can choose who will have access to your digital information and what they can do with it. For example, you can specify which data should be deleted and which data would be useful to pass on to your loved ones or a charity. In short, a digital will offers additional protection for ensure that your information and wishes will be respected after your death.

How to create a digital will?

Creating a digital will is relatively simple and usually takes no more than a few minutes. The steps to follow to create a digital will are as follows:

1 - Drawing up a plan.

To create a digital will, you must first think about what you want to protect and who you want to give access to.

2 - Create your account.

Once your plan is established, register for free to start protecting your digital possessions.

Open an account for free.

3 - Set up your digital will.

Follow the instructions to set up your digital will.

4 - Keep your will up to date.

Make sure you update your passwords and other access codes when changes are made.

The digital will is a powerful tool that can help you protect your data and last wishes after your death.

Remember, creating a digital will takes a minimal amount of time and effort, but once in place, you can be sure that your information and wishes will be taken into account after your death.

"Digital will, what happens to our data when we die?

How can our loved ones manage our digital data when we die? An increasingly important issue as our online lives become richer and richer. 

➡️ Social networks will soon become the world's largest cemeteries. That is, there will be more accounts of dead people than living ones.

Did you know that? On Facebook it is now possible to name a contact legatee who will have access to your account so that he can delete or turn it into commemoration account. But this is not possible on all social networks.

➡️ Our smartphone is nowadays a real digital safe which even contains our fingerprints. It is therefore difficult to give access to it during your lifetime.

➡️ Apple proposes to name a contact as a legatee. After sending a death certificate you will have access to some information, but not all. 

Digital will video - BFMTV
Anthony Morel - BFMTV - Geek Culture

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