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Daily Dashboard | The Right To Be Remembered? Related reading: How GDPR is impacting the way privacy is done

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Google announced yesterday on its Public Policy Blog a new service it’s calling Inactive Account Manager. What it essentially allows is for customers to designate “trusted contacts” to receive their Google data in the event of their death or inability to access their Google products. It also, however, allows users to decide to have their information deleted automatically following a specified period—three, six, nine or 12 months—of inactivity. Kashmir Hill notes in Forbes that some have already taken to calling the service “Google Death Manager” and wonders how you’ll use it.
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