How to prepare your digital life for when you die

Death is something we've all got in common, and as we say at MSE, it happens – so plan for it. But what happens to your digital life when you die – from the Instagram dedicated to your guinea pig to the reams of Lord of the Rings fan fiction stored on your iCloud – is something most of us are unlikely to have considered. Here's how to ensure your loved ones can access your data when you die without having to go to court – or prevent those you would rather not see your digital footprint from doing so.

Stream live music for free: Virtual gigs & classic shows from Elton John, Little Mix, Oasis & more

While lockdown is easing, sadly most live music events will be cancelled until at least Saturday 15 August, and with strict measures needed to reopen safely, even then many venues may not be able to for some time. But thanks to the wonders of technology, the music needn't stop...

How to check Instagram & Twitter privacy settings – is your data being shared?

Recent news headlines have prompted widespread concern (and confusion) about how social networks use our personal information, and what you can do to reclaim at least some of your privacy online. See also: our Facebook warning from last week   Hot on the heels of our Facebook warning, we’re now going to show you how to protect...