Other options include: Hotmail lets relatives order a CD of all the messages in a deceased user’s account if they provide a death certificate and proof of power of attorney. Facebook will follow a family’s wishes to take down a deceased user’s profile or keep it in a “memorial state,” which removes features like status updates and lets only confirmed friends view the profile and post comments on it. Photo-storage site Flickr will keep an account up and mostly open to the public, but if a user had marked any photos as private, the site won’t let family or friends into the account to access them. Legacy locker allows you to store passwords and other account information to give to designated recipients after a user dies.Our on-line lives grow every day at an enourmous rate. Who will gets all of your data? Have you planned to pass on your digital life?