I concur. But on a purely selfish level I recognize some works I’ve greatly enjoyed wouldn’t exist if the people who inherited them had honored the wishes of the deceased authors. As a practical matter, I recognize this is foreseeably pretty unlikely to change given human nature.
I got that. It does occur to me though that my wife has the password to my personal laptop. If she so chose to delete the relevant folder in the event of my untimely demise, it wouldn’t bother me since, as I said, it’s private and she’s the only person I care to have access to it.