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Éternités numériques : La communication numérique et la mort

Fanny Georges 1, 2, 3 
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CIM - CIM - Communication, Information, Médias - EA 1484, LABEX ICCA
Abstract : Since the 1990s, the Internet has become a framework for presenting oneself, for staging the personal, social and civil identity of individuals. In about fifty years, what was a confidential computer network dedicated to military or scholarly communication has become a framework for experiencing the daily existence of billions of Internet users, a gigantic wave of self-exaltation and l 'Other. From ante natam digital identities, created by parents even before the birth of their child, to post-mortem digital identities, addressed to the deceased or the deceased, digital identity centralizes, digitizes and enhances the alpha and omega of the existence of individuals. Life is dying out, digital identity endures, imperturbably.
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Fanny Georges. Éternités numériques : La communication numérique et la mort. Valérie Robin Azevedo. [Im]matérialités de la mort, CNRS Editions, pp.69-88, 2020. ⟨hal-03347246⟩

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