Legacy Noun an amount of money or property left to someone in a will. a thing handed down by a predecessor : the legacy of centuries of neglect. Adjective Computing: denoting software or hardware that has been superseded but is difficult to replace because of its wide use.
Identity Preservation Objects are passed to heirs as an act of identity preservation. Objects are often imbued with meaning. The story Why it’s important Unruh (1983) Price, Arnould, & Curasi (2000)
Digital Estate Planning A repository of accounts and credentials that’s inaccessible by heirs until the account owner passes away. Verified by death certificate, secure codes or by trusted notifiers. Solves the issues of access and ownership.
Digital Estate Planning Legacy Locker Entrustet DataInherit www.thedigitalbeyond.com/online-services-list/
Site Policy Grant access to heirs Provide content (but not access) to heirs Delete accounts Memorialize accounts