Digital Legacy Management

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Definition Digital legacy

A “digital legacy” is the amount of electronic data that a user leaves behind on data media and on the internet when they die. These include profiles on social networks, online accounts, e-mail inboxes, cloud storage, licenses, chat processes, media, crypto currency, and more, and they’re all usually password-protected. The digital legacy is a comparatively new topic in inheritance law and poses challenges for legislators as well as consumers and relatives.

Overview: what belongs to digital legacy?
Online accounts
Relavant Data:
Login data, credit, contracts, message history, transaction lists, contract data, standing orders, termination provisions 
Online banking, online payment services (PayPal, Google Pay), online shops (Amazon), services for crypto currencies (Bitcoin), streaming services (Netflix, Spotify), Google account, Apple account
Online profiles in social media/networks
Login data, profile information, news, uploaded media
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, WhatsApp, Google, Snapchat, Skype, YouTube, dating sites
E-mail accounts
Login data, e-mails, addresses
E-mail addresses from 1&1 IONOS, Google, etc.
Software as a service (SaaS) or online services
Login data, contract details, termination provisions, uploaded media, message history, transaction lists, business-related data
Cloud services, work platforms (Slack, WordPress, etc.), social media tools (Hootsuite), finance software (NetSuite), crowdfunding platforms (Patreon, Kickstarter),
Online licenses and other possessions
Login data, contract details termination provisions, transfer regulations
Software licenses (e.g. image editing programs), video games (e.g. on Stream or Origin), objects, and avatars in online games
Media, documents, projects
PCs, laptops, smartphones, tablets, (external) hard drives, USB sticks, e-book readers, video game systems

Our team helps people, who have number of patents and copyrighted digital data to protect and transfer their rights to their legal heirs.

Our team also helps people, who want to access documents of a deceased family member, in case of any ongoing proceedings or suits.

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