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Law Lags in Defining Posthumous Protocol for Online Accounts

  • Aired: 03/11/2013
  • 11:03
  • Rating: E
What happens to your email, Facebook page and other digital property when you die? Naomi Cahn of the George Washington University School of Law, and Evan Carroll, co-author of "Your Digital Afterlife," talk to Jeffrey Brown about the legal and ethical quandaries of dealing with a loved's ones digital assets after they're gone.
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