The New York Times had an interesting blog entry the other day about how one should plan to have one’s digital assets dealt with after death.
The author is not talking about bank or brokerage accounts accessed by electronic means, but about one’s PayPal account, or eBay, or Second Life virtual/real estate, etc — social media assets, as it were — or just personal information that one might not want to survive one’s own ability to control it.
Is this something we should be concerned about in Canada? What would you recommend? Or do most people really have to care at all?