When you die…

Not that I’d care so much once I die, but it seems to be people being able to dig into my Gmail account is somewhat disturbing to think about.

I feel Facebook is taking most progressive approach to it.

I think most problematic ones are ones incur charges. When my father died, he left the Google AdWord account open, and I had to send in his death certificate to cancel it. Same goes for his T-mobile account. They both had clear protocol about what to do when it happens. (like T-mobile did not charge early termination fee (ETF) for it.

These days, dying “clean” seems to be hard thing to do…

By Hideki Saito

In the video game industry for for more than 15 years. Currently working for Nintendo of America Inc. as a Localization Engineer, developing the translation solutions.