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 April 3, 2016  Posted by  Business, Laws, Online, U.S.

AP reports:

A new Michigan law offers ways for certain people to access the online storehouse of memories in Facebook and Google accounts after the owner dies, but the bill sponsor says it wasn’t easy to get tech companies and lawyers to agree on the rules.


The Michigan law is based largely off of Uniform Law Commission model legislation, which has been endorsed by Google, Facebook, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Center for Democracy and Technology and the Association of American Retired Persons.

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