And choose which negative content you want to remove
Our firm offers services for erasing the digital footprint of deceased persons (photos, videos, comments...).
This deletion covers both the websites of origin and internet search engines, always with the aim of protecting the honour, privacy and self-image of the deceased. These services also include the deactivation and deletion of the deceased person's email and social network accounts.
Also, if you want your online identity to be protected after your death, you can contact Honoralia and we will help you to manage your digital legacy and/or digital will.
The hegemony of the Internet as the most important means of information traffic nowadays has given rise to the public appearance of numerous data on deceased persons, data that are easily accessible through any search engine on the Internet (Google, Bing, Yahoo...).
Therefore, even if many years have passed since the death of a person, their data may still be accessible on the web for the public, for example, news published in the media, comments in forums, social networks, blogs, and/or official bulletins, with the possible harm derived from the maintenance of these news items and publications for the deceased's next of kin and closest relatives.
At Honoralia we can help you to delete the data of your deceased relatives, as the Law allows us to contact the person responsible and/or the search engine so that the existing information of the deceased is not public for third parties.
Our firm offers services of deletion of information about deceased persons. Information that has been published on the internet, whether in the form of comments, photos, videos, publications, various publications, etc...
We have a specialised service for the deletion and/or blocking of information published on the Internet by third parties that affects legal persons, both companies and self-employed professionals.
Any person convicted by final judgment is entitled to have his or her criminal record expunged once his or her criminal liability has been extinguished. Previous police records may also be expunged.
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At Honoralia we can help you manage your digital will, and thus dispose of all your personal information that may have been stored online after your death. We will manage the centralisation in a single hosting of all your email accounts, social networks, blogs, domains, etc., so that only the people designated for this purpose in your will can access your personal information when you are no longer in this world.
At Honoralia we are fully aware of the importance of being able to control the impact of the digital footprint that every person leaves behind after their death. Nowadays, managing the removal of the digital footprint and legacy of deceased persons from the Internet is already part of the normal procedures and formalities following the death of a family member.