From The Huffinton Post:
Google doesn’t want you to worry about the afterlife — or at least what’s left of your digital assets once you’re gone.
Google’s new “Inactive Account Manager” feature lets the user choose what to do with her data if her account is not used for a long period of time.
Among its attributes, the Inactive Account Manager can suspend an account after a “timeout period” of three, six, nine or 12 months; notify specific contacts and send them data; and, in the most extreme cases, delete an account altogether. Google also offers the option to send the user a text or email message before taking any of these actions.
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