Who owns your digital content?

If you thought you own the books on your Kindle or the music on your iPod, think again. The truth is, you don't own any of the content on your device nor the right to transfer the files to another person. Not even as an inheritance.

The story so far has Bruce Willis at loggerheads with Apple over the right to pass on his vast digital music collection when Bruce takes on an action hero role in heaven.

The epic has gone viral and appears to have been a rumour that got out of control.

Charles Arthur writing on The Guardian goes so far as to suggest

In the Marketwatch article Evan Carroll, co-author of "Your Digital Afterlife" states

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