RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA TV) - With so much of daily life now occurring online, your personal accounts hold a lot of information you don't want lost after you die. Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter have settings where users can decide what they want to happen to their accounts after they pass.
When it comes to social media wills, it is recommended to have your passwords saved, and power of attorney given to someone you trust to take care of your accounts. It isn't only pictures that are stored online, but banking numbers and financial data as well.