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9-12-2009 @ 12:06PM
This is not a good idea. It's an added layer of inconvenience for those people intelligent enough to keep their accounts safe. One thing Blizzard could consider is requiring attaching an authenticator to continue playing on accounts that have been compromised, but requiring it for everyone is going way to far. I don't scam people, I can make enough money on my own, but I am still very much against this idea.Sure GMs have a load to deal with now, but giving every kid dumb enough to give out his account info a small little tool to keep track of is not the smartest idea ever. Blizzard would have almost the same amount of problems dealing with kids who lost their authenticator and now aren't only missing their gold, but can't access their entire account.
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