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What happens to your social media when you die?
by Maya Dangerfield
We use social media to document our lives. But what happens to your posts, pictures and tweets when you die? CNN Tech Correspondent and "Mostly Human" host Laurie Segall explains what happens to your accounts when you're no longer around.
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