First tell us about your personal digital assets.
I use email to communicate with family, friends or business associates.
I use multiple digital devices (desktop, laptop, smartphone, tablet).
I store digital assets such as documents, photos, and videos on my digital devices.
I store documents, photos, and videos using online services such as Google Docs, SkyDrive, iCloud, Flickr, Google Photos, SmugMug, YouTube, or Vimeo.
I use social network sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Youtube.
I maintain an online genealogy account that stores family history information (Ancestry, MyHeritage, FamilySearch).
Some online services I use have a Terms of Service Agreement that prohibits a third party from accessing my account even with my permission. (If unsure, the answer is likely Yes!)
I use a digital legacy (end-of-life planning) site to store digital assets or other important estate planning information.
I maintain a personal blog on a service such as WordPress, Tumblr, or Blogger.
I maintain an electronic address book to store personal and professional contact information.
I have recurring charges for subscription-based online services or products.