Digital heritage: social networks as heritage

In an article for ESTADÃO, Dandara Piani talks about digital inheritance and social networks as heritage, since legislative movements have been trying to keep up with the rapid evolution of the digital age, such as the Civil Code reform project.

“The digital age has brought new business models and professional recognition, but it also raises questions about the fate of social media after the death of influencers. Without clear regulation, a will can be crucial in defining who will control and financially benefit from these digital assets, including sponsored posts and personal content. It is essential that influencers consider the value of their digital assets and plan their succession to avoid conflicts between heirs,” explains Dandara.

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