With a few clicks, you've just purchased and downloaded your most-desired songs, books or movies to your computer, and so begins your personal digital collection.
The downloads are synced to your smartphone or tablet or MP3 player, and you add to the collection as time passes.
But what happens to the purchased books and songs when you die?
Read more: Digital legacy
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