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At one time we might have treasured a departed loved one’s voice on a recording, or their image on an old video, but now their digital footprint is scattered.

When a loved one dies, what becomes of that digital legacy? Like most Americans, our loved ones will most likely access more than two dozen password-protected sites on different computers and smartphones, storing and sharing the vulnerable, mundane and whimsical details of life while connecting with family and friends.

See Wednesday’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for more.

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