Pittsburgh Post Gazette:  “After an American soldier died in Iraq five years ago, his father wanted to save copies of his son's e-mails sent through a Yahoo! account.  But the Internet company's privacy policy allowed access by only the soldier, triggering a legal fight.   The case highlights a growing discussion concerning what happens when the owner of password-protected online accounts dies.  To whom do they belong ? And how can digital assets be passed on to heirs?”