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One in 10 Brits leaves web passwords in their will

Discussion in 'News' started by Apexes, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. Apexes

    Apexes Gigabyte Poster


    One in 10 Brits leaves web passwords in their will

    Your gran could pass on her iTunes password along with the family silver as a survey suggests that 11 per cent of Brits have either put internet passwords into their wills or plan to do so.

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    1. derkit
      I leave my pron password to my nephew who's 19 and at uni......
      Last edited: Oct 14, 2011
    2. dales
      you have an account for pron somewhere!?

      Dont think I have anything that is worthy of handing passwords over in a will, that also suggests that people do not intend to change their passwords for their online accounts! The only thing my wife would want is the pin number of my credit card :biggrin
    3. dmarsh
      I wonder what happens to your facebook page when you die...
    4. dales
      Theres a page for registering that a person has died then I think they keep it open for a while to check no logins then either delete it or change it to a mamorial page. My mum died 3 years ago and she had only been on facebook a couple of months, anyway I started looking into it a couple of weeks ago now to see what I could do about it.
    5. derkit
      Don't be silly, it's on the internet, it's free!

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