Death is a part of life and life has become digital. Our increasing digitality means that we will increasingly be forced to come ‘face to screen’ with all aspects of death online, including three distinct dimensions. In contemporary society the body has been extended and (re)mediated through a web of technological systems. Digital Death is a field of fast growing interest and concern among academics, practitioners, entrepreneurs, the media and more recently, the general public. This website aims to create a platform to reflect and intersect the question of how technology is reframing our relationship to death; including the central question:

what happens to your data after you die?