Inactivity Account Manager – Good but not enough..

Finally, google has understood the importance of transferring digital identities and accounts – it’s a good move by Google. Well Done! I hope other companies will start following the trend now.

Services like this are a step in the right direction, however it’s impact on our digital life is not massive, because our lives are scattered all over the cyber ether. We use many online services and products besides owned by Google.

If I reflect on my online activities, Google is a small part of that. I am present in

  • Social networks

  • Professional networks

  • Blogging communities

I share my thoughts and pictures on blogs and micro blogging platforms. I purchase online and have e-wallet on many websites. I have virtual goods and virtual money which can be converted into physical money easily.  I trade online and have online trading and banking accounts.

Google is big, important and touches many parts of our lives – However it is not the only thing of our digital life. PlannedDeparture solves this problem for your *digital assets* – not just the assets owned by Google.

In short www.plannedDeparture.com helps make lives of people users leave behind a bit more comfortable by providing finer control over who gets whatfrom the digital or physical world of user – not just from Google and not everything – just the relevant, decided by you – the user.

Author: Planned Departure

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