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Why do we need password protected accounts for websites at all? I can (and will) tell lies on account-creation pages as well. And, really, who cares who I am? Even with the account-based model I can easily make 42 different accounts. No, the real solution is banging the heads of all web-devs who think they'll need accounts against a sufficiently stable wall - until they don't think that anymore. Nobody with at least half a brain stores _anything_ private unencrypted on the web. Passwords didn't save the dropbox or PlayStation-Network users, and they won't save you. So, just get rid of your fake security and wannabe identification device named password-"protected" accounts. Problem solved. For real security use encryption. With a password. Stored in your brain.
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Sep 6, 2011