Perpetu Lets You Decide What Happens To Your Online Accounts After You Die



One day each of us will pass on and be no more. We will cease to be, expired stiff and bereft of life, our metabolic processes part of history. Most of us don’t like to think about joining the choir invisible or, for that matter, what will happen to our online profiles once we become ex-people. A startup called Perpetu wants to make it easier for us to ensure that our social network accounts are unplugged once we shuffle off this mortal coil. The service, which currently lets users add Facebook or Twitter accounts for free, just launched its premium service, which costs $15 a year or a $100 one-time payment and includes support for LinkedIn, GmailDropbox, Flickr and GitHub.

How it works

Founded by an intellectual property lawyer and banker, Perpetu allows you to decide what happens to your “online assets” after you die…

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