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2-08-2010 @ 2:10PM
I can definitely see not allowing account sharing - no one in my guild does it. But you mean to tell me you actually dictate that people cannot share their *computer* with other people in their household? While I don't share my computer with anyone, the idea that I couldn't let my daughter or significant other use my computer if I wanted to be in that guild rubs me the wrong way. It seems like a more sensible approach would be to require an authenticator. That way, the non-account holder who might use the machine can't access the account easily anyway. After all, I paid to build the computer. Not all families have enough money (or a desire) to have separate computers for all family members.
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