After death many people leave behind not only their worldy goods, but also their accounts on virtual platforms like Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. This digital inheritance raises some knotty questions that researchers are trying to address.
A German couple is suing because Facebook won't grant them access to their dead daughter's account. The trial, which began in a Berlin court on Tuesday, touches on the complicated issue of digital legacy.
Fresh protests have erupted in parts of Kashmir after Indian security forces killed Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, a top militant leader, in a gunfight. Will Bhat's death be a turning point in India's counterterrorism efforts?
Social media has been abuzz with a dangerous 50-day challenge involving self-inflicted harm and suicide. Internet safety experts told DW that combating such abusive behavior begins with trust and openness.
He is well known to authorities. He has found himself in many of the world's danger zones. Who is the man who had been posting photos on social media of his "war adventures?"
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