As we increasingly work, communicate and store our records, memorabilia, and creative work online, how many of us are careful to document what we have and where, to ensure passwords are stored in a format that can be communicated to others, and to appoint an executor who can take charge of our legacy in the event of an emergency or contingency? This is the focus of a survey that I hope will be responded to by a diverse set of respondents. It can be located by clicking here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Digital_Legacy_Management_Survey.
Currently, there is no uniform body of laws governing access to a deceased person's account, and further complications arise when there are accounts on many different sites, as access is governed by the policies at each site. If we wish to preserve our digital legacies, we need to take charge of them while we can.