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“We live in a hyper-connected world where things don’t seem to have happened unless you post about them. An emotion hardly seems validated until it’s been shared with others online.
On average, we spend a quarter of our lives online. For people we never met in person, all they know about us is our digital self formed from our data spread out across the internet. Our online activity creates a peculiar portrait of ourselves that will unavoidably long last our lifespan.
So with life being lived increasing online, how is it that we have thought so little about our digital death?”