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All day long you tweet, change your status, upload photos and update your profile. But what will happen to all your personal — sometimes very personal — information when you die?

Writer Rob Walker asked that question for his forthcoming New York Times Magazine article examining the confusing reality of the digital afterlife.

Guests:
Rob Walker, author of this Sunday's New York Times Magazine cover article, "Cyberspace When You're Dead"
Nate Lustig, co-founder of Entrustet

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