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How has social media changed the way people mourn? How does each social media platform differ when it comes to dealing with data? And should we have an online plan in our estate?

Anna and Dr Belinda Barnet, a Senior Lecturer in Media at Swinburne University of Technology, discuss what happens to your digital footprint and how you can protect your data while you’re alive.

Guest: Dr Belinda Barnet, a Senior Lecturer in Media at Swinburne University of Technology 
Host: Anna Hacker, Principal, Australian Unity Trustees Legal Services 

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What happens when I die? is a podcast by Australian Unity. 

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