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The Ethics of Digital Immortality
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The idea of creating a digital copy of a person or a digital doppelganger that claims to be the original person after they die is becoming more popular. Social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook offer the opportunity for accounts to remain active after a person passes away, which raises ethical questions for professionals to grapple with.

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