The Google Inactive Account Manager is a scam. First of all they insist on your phone number. Maybe you don’t want them to have your phone number. They have it anyway. Google wants you to select legacy people for after you die. This means they know that the people you select are close to you. They retain this information. They dress it up in a something we can do for you, when it only benefits them. Maybe in some cases its a good idea, but I want my digital stuff to live on after I die. I am not saying don’t use the Google Inactive Account Manager, just be aware of another violation of your privacy by Google. Be very careful whom you select as you can end up associated with the wrong people and be lumped together with them even if they you don’t agree with their view points. Most of us have friends who are very political and their opinions will be mixed up as yours. I know of people who placed a quote from someone else on their social media and that quote became fixed as their own quote. If the quote is very famous such as “The fault dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves” that quote is safe to use. But, a lesser known quote is going be to trouble, so don’t quote anything that you would not comfortable as being attributed to yourself. But after you die maybe you won’t really care what happens? We have to get into questions about the afterlife if we follow this line of thinking. I think its real, but I don’t want to get into a discussion about it. After you die you may experience your digital afterlife. Imagine you are in Heaven looking down at your digital afterlife and you are want to change what you see. Do you attempt to communicate with your legacy people as a ghost? Do you realize the Internet is unimportant in the afterlife and you don’t care? I don’t have a Google Blog right now, so I assume my Word Press Blog Macy Makes Magic could live in with ads and losing its internet address URL. I wish I could pay in advance for it to stay up for a while longer. Just a little bit longer is what most people want. Maybe a discounted plan for after death is in order. I could see paying in advance before I die to keep it at the same address. As I would not be creating new posts, but that is another reason I love Archive Today. I saved most of my blog in Archive Today so people can find it after I die. I am happy with Macy Makes Magic Again even after the great insult that is the Block Editor.