Longaccess is your Swiss bank for personal data

Ever wondered if your children will inherit your digital data?

Longaccess promises to be a cold storage of sorts for your digital life. It’s a cloud-based service that operates off Amazon’s S3 data centers, but unlike other file lockers, such as Dropbox or Google Drive, Longaccess aims to be less accessible, but more dependable.

Once you sign up, it is simply a matter of choosing what files you want to keep and hitting upload. Once the process is complete, instead of storing the files in an account on a website or emailing you a link, Longaccess then provides you a code string that can be printed out as a certificate—or tattooed onto your arm.

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