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Britons are including their passwords in their wills so family and friends can access and save their personal data.

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Nestor Bailly, PSFK on October 14, 2011. @NKBailly

One in 10 people in the UK now leave this information in their will according to a new survey by Goldsmiths at the University of London.

The study, carried out on behalf of cloud computing company Rackspace, found that more than a quarter of people in the UK have hundreds of pounds worth of music and films stored online that they wish to pass on to loved ones.

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