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.

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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