The Guardian
2nd June 2019

Elaine’s work heavily featured in Amelia Tait’s piece ‘What happens to our online identities when we die’

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The Times Literary
Supplement
30 May 2019

‘Posthumous posts’, a personal essay that appeared in the leading international weekly for literary culture, examining the ethics of memorialisation and mourning on social media.

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The Psychologist
17th May 2019

Simon Bignell reviewing All the Ghosts in the Machine, describing ‘top notch’ writing that will appeal to ‘book lovers of psychology or popular science’.

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The New Scotsman
16th May 2019

Susan Brown of Marie Curie Scotland prominently featuring All the Ghosts in the Machine in her piece on digital legacy

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BEME News
16th May 2019

Elaine and All the Ghosts in the Machine featured on Lou Foglia’s investigation of how Facebook and Google will handle our deaths

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The Guardian
30 April 2019

Elaine and researchers from the Oxford Internet Institute featured in a story on how Facebook could have 4.9 billion dead people on the site by 2099.

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The Observer
27th April 2019

What happens to our data when we die? Elaine in a Q&A with The Observer on a digital dilemma

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The National (AE)
23th April 2019

Elaine’s work featured in Rhodri Marsden’s article on how social media companies deal with online profiles of the dead

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The Telegraph
21th April 2019

What will happen to your emails when you die? – Jake Kerridge gives All the Ghosts in the Machine four stars!

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Vice
28th March 2019

Elaine in a Q&A about the All the Ghosts in the Machine with Vice entertainment journalist Emily Reynolds

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BBC Radio 4 The Digital Human
7th October 2015

Elaine featured on Aleks Krotoski’s groundbreaking radio programme on humans in the digital age

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BBC Radio 4
I-Shrine
21st May 2010

A vintage and still-relevant piece by award-winning producer Peregrine Andrews, featuring Elaine’s research

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BBC Radio 4
Woman's Hour
5th June 2018

A piece about grief in the digital age produced by Louise Hulland, featuring Elaine talking about the ‘grief police’

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BBC Radio Ulster
4th February 2018

Digital Afterlife – Prof Michael Graziano and Dr Elaine Kasket discuss potential future scenarios for mind uploading, digital immortality and digital afterlives.

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BBC Radio 4
We Need to Talk about Death
23rd December 2018

Elaine and fellow members of the Digital Legacy Association featured on My Digital Legacy, part of Joan Bakewell’s “We Need to Talk about Death” series

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Psychology Today
8th March 2016

Elaine featured in Matt Huston’s piece ‘All that Remains’

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