Which among the following online giants has recently launched the “Digital will”?

Google has launched a ‘digital will’, which lets the people decide what they want to do with their emails, photos and other documents after they are dead or incapacitated. Users can use the new feature, called the ‘inactive account manager’, to pass on data from online venues such as Gmail, YouTube, Drive or its social network Google+ to particular people in case the account has been inactive for a long period. They can choose up to 10 friends and family members with whom they want to share this data, as well as the time period before the information is dispersed.