State Laws Regarding Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Chart | Practical Law

State Laws Regarding Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Chart | Practical Law

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State Laws Regarding Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Chart

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State Laws Regarding Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Chart

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A Chart showing the states that have enacted legislation or have pending legislation regarding a fiduciary's access to digital assets, such as email accounts, online financial accounts, personal blogs, social media and networking websites, personal photographs and video, and computer and account passwords. Legislation may include statutes based on the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (RUFADAA). This Chart also states the key distinctions between some state legislation and RUFADAA.