A takedown notice to the cloud service and a suit against your
estate/executor to have it taken down. Probably also a suit against
whomever is paying the cloud service for continued storage (that could
be avoided by pre-paying say 50 years before you die). Interesting question.
On 2012-06-23 3:05 PM, Steven Smolian wrote:
> Suppose I put a large audio collection on my hard drive and back it up to a
> cloud service. I access it through a password process.
> Suppose that, upon my death, I have someone publish that password process to
> the internet, to, say a site on which that can be found. Or include that
> data in my obit.
> Suppose I have no estate of suable size. What's to prevent this?
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