New Scientist Report on "Your digital legacy"

Special report in New Scientist's May issue on digital archiving and legacy:
  • The fate of your online soul:We are the first people in history to create vast online records of our lives. How much of it will endure when we are gone?
  • Archaeology of the future: Future historians will want to study the birth of the web using our digital trails – but how will they make sense of it all?
  • Respecting the digital dead: How can we keep digital bequests safe without poking our noses where they're not wanted?
  • Amateur heroes of online heritage: It'll take more than money alone to preserve today's internet pages for posterity
  • Teaching the net to forget: We've begun to accept that the internet cannot forget, but the power to change that has been in our hands for decades