Protect Yourself Online After You’re Gone With Google’s Inactive Account Manager

Thinking about the afterlife is never a comfortable thought, but Google has attempted to ease any privacy concerns for us who use their services by allowing users to take advantage of what they have called their “Inactive Account Manager”, which has also been nicknamed Google “Afterlife”.  Google hopes that with their new Inactive Account Manager tool that you’ll be able to decide “what you want done with you digital assets when you die or can no longer use your account”.


Google Social reporting

The Social Engagement reports allow you to see how people shared content on your site via social actions. Examples of social actions on your site that can be tracked include Google +1 button clicks, Facebook “Like” and “Send” interactions, and bookmarks. Three reports help you analyze the sharing and social activity on your site: Read more about Google Social reporting[…]