No one likes to think about death, but in this day and internet age, when we die, part of our online identity does not die with us.
Some people have been dead for more than two years, but still have an active facebook account.
We leave traces everywhere, from emails to financial accounts to social media accounts. But what happens to all of that when we are no longer around? It turns out many people do not even think about it..
Friday night on FOX 8 News at 9, Kim Holden will show you why dealing with a digital afterlife now will save loved ones a lot of heartache and headaches later.
Friday, August 29 2014 4:33 PM EDT2014-08-29 20:33:42 GMT
South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal wreck on Gun Range Road, between Wire Road and Highway 1.Troopers responded just after 1 p.m, according to the SCHP database.Additional details areMore >>
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Friday, August 29 2014 4:06 PM EDT2014-08-29 20:06:26 GMT
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