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1-31-2010 @ 9:08AM
Gotta disagree here. An authenticator would have prevented this exact thing.It's on a keychain so it is intended to stay with the person who owns it at all times. Much like keys.It's also available as an App for the iPhone or iPod touch. I might leave my keys on a counter for a moment or two while I'm around other people. But I pretty much never leave my $200 authenticator (iPod) unattended for any reason ever. Maybe while I speep, but only on account of unconsciousness.If his roommate is getting into his things while he sleeps- time to talk to the RA- or landlord- or parents- or whoever.
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