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The online age has given rise to new kinds of assets – digital possessions, but do they have any real-world value and what will happen to them when we die?

Olly Mann and The Week Unwrapped’s Joe Evans are joined by IT Pro’s features editor Jane McCallion. This week: the online age has given rise to new kinds of assets – digital possessions, but do they have any real-world value and what will happen to them when we die?

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To keep you entertained and engaged, we have a pick of some great events, workshops and activities to get stuck into as we move into February, from Formula One races to cocktail-making classes. Click here to see the list.

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