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2-08-2010 @ 3:41PM
I'd be curious how long these people were in the guild. If they've been in the guild a while and this is only just now coming to light, I doubt it has been much of a problem in the past. I've had friends ask me to check their auctions or do a crafting cooldown or something if they're out of town, so I technically know their info, but it's not like I'm really sharing their account. The situation in the article seems very similar, and I would guess that the account sharing is mostly harmless. I'm not going to endorse account sharing, but I don't think these people should be punished for helping out a roommate/family member/whatever they are.
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