Vast majority have not discussed what they want to happen to posthumous social media data
A quarter of Brits (24%) think social media and email data should be automatically removed after they have passed away, while one in 10 (12%) are worried about what will happen to their accounts after they have gone, research from LifeSearch has revealed. It also found that the majority of us (92%) have not made plans or informed loved-ones about their ‘data death' wishes. The findings come as part as the life adviser firms Let's Start Talking campaign to get people to open up around uncomfortable...
Aon’s tenth UK Benefits & Trends Survey
Blue Monday round-up
Thursday 12 March
COVER Podcast #3