Excerpt: “Facebook only arrived on the scene in 2004. It seems to many, especially the young, as though it has been here forever, but it has not. Our children simply don’t remember a non-digital life. So much has changed in the last two decades that we find ourselves trekking on unmarked paths in a new frontier. We now – and forevermore – will live in a digital world. Those who are disconnected have become dinosaurs, dying out slowly over time. Change is forced upon us.
Most people have no understanding of the digital property they own, and even less understanding of what may happen to those assets if they die or become incapacitated.”