What happens to your data when you die?

What happens to your data when you die?

Okay, now this is interesting. Facebook may eventually have more dead users than living ones. According to a study by Oxford Researchers, Facebook will have 4.9 billion deceased users on its system by the year 2100. If Facebook’s current growth rate continues, the dead would outpace the living by 2070. And this brings to mind, an interesting question… What happens to your data after you die? I’ll share a few insights in this episode. | Click here to download the transcript (and links to all the resources cited in the podcast.) And please, take 30 seconds to fill out my podcast listener survey at http://jimstroud.com/survey | Thank you in advance.

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About the host:

Over the past decade, Jim Stroud has built an expertise in sourcing and recruiting strategy, public speaking, lead generation, video production, podcasting, online research, competitive intelligence, online community management and training. He has consulted for such companies as Microsoft, Google, MCI, Siemens, Bernard Hodes Group and a host of startup companies. During his tenure with Randstad Sourceright, he alleviated the recruitment headaches of their clients worldwide as their Global Head of Sourcing and Recruiting Strategy.  He recently  served ClickIQ as its VP, Product Evangelist.

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MUSIC IN THIS PODCAST: 

 Blue Dot Session – “Li Fonte”

One thought on “What happens to your data when you die?”

  1. Ahh the wonders of modern day technology!! As always, thanks for continuing to push out information like this. Let me go get my stuff together!

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