What happens to your digital assets after death? [Links]

"Two people have been charged with multiple counts of credit card fraud and theft following a tip made via the Howard County Police Department's Facebook page."

What Users Want From Your Online Calendar [Localist]: “[O]ur 2012 Online Social Calendar Report … surveyed hundreds of Localist users at Cornell University, University of Delaware, McDaniel College, and Towson University.”
Facebook tip leads to charges for fraud suspects [Baltimore Sun]: “Two people have been charged with multiple counts of credit card fraud and theft following a tip made via the Howard County Police Department’s Facebook page.”

What happens to your digital assets after death? [Campbell Law Observer]: “[I]s ‘owning’ an album on iTunes or a book on a Kindle the same as owning a CD or hardcover book?”
What would you do if you weren’t afraid? [Meagan Marie’s blog]: “I’m not just a ‘girl on the internet.’ I am not comfortable with you remarking on my breasts. I am not comfortable with you implying that you’d like to have sex with me.”
City pension system facing $681M shortfall [Baltimore Sun]: “The pension system for most city workers has nearly $700 million in unfunded liabilities, according to an audit released Wednesday.”

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