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+ - Google launches "Inactive Account Manager" to deal with Data after the Death -> 1

Submitted by rtoz
rtoz (2530056) writes "Google has announced a new Tool “Inactive Account Manager” which gives Google users the option to have information from inactive accounts wiped from the system or to be shared with friends or family members.
Inactive Account Manager will allow the users to have their data deleted three, six, nine or 12 months after it becomes inactive. Users can also select “trusted contacts” to receive information from various Google services such as Blogger, Gmail, Picasa Web Albums, Google Voice and YouTube.
Google users can access “Inactive Account Manager” from here."

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Google launches "Inactive Account Manager" to deal with Data after the Death

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