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Uhem why do you want to give your password to somebody else? As far as I know sharing an account is not allowed and even can get you into serious trouble. You'd better refrain from that idea!

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Luc Starsider    368

I feel the need to add  my voice to the others, Don't give your password to someone else. If I'm not mistaken, it is against the TOS, and could get you banned from SL.

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I'll have to agree with the other answers here: Do not give out your Second Life account password.

Here are the relevant parts from the Second Life Terms of Service:

From section 3.1 "You must establish an account to use Second Life, using true and accurate registration information.":

[...] You may not transfer or assign your Account and its contractual rights, licenses and obligations, to any third party without the prior written consent of Linden Lab.

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From section 3.2 "You agree to use an Account Name in Second Life that is not misleading, offensive or infringing. You are responsible for activities related to your Account Name, and for keeping your password for this Account secure.":

[...]

You are responsible for all activities conducted through your Account. In the event that fraud, illegality or other conduct that violates this Agreement is discovered or reported (whether by you or someone else) that is connected with your Account, we may suspend or terminate your Account (or Accounts) as described in Section 11.

At the time your Account is opened, you must select a password. You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your password and are responsible for any harm resulting from your disclosure, or authorization of the disclosure of your password or from any person's use of your password to gain access to your Account or Account Name. At no time should you respond to an online request for a password other than in connection with the log-on process to the Service. Your disclosure of your password to any other person is at your own risk.

From section 13.2 "You may not assign your Account; we may assign this Agreement.":

You may not assign this Agreement or your Account without the prior written consent of Linden Lab. You may not transfer or sublicense any licenses granted by Linden Lab in this Agreement without the prior written consent of Linden Lab, [...]

In short: You should not give your password to anyone. If you do so anyway, you'll still be responsible for all actions performed through your account, even if you did not perform these actions yourself. If you don't want to let someone see your transaction history, you probably also don't want to trust them with doing actions through your account, in your name, that you will be held accountable for.

Note that some actions that can be performed with access to your account will have real-world financial consequences, such as buying virtual goods, virtual land or upgrading the account to a premium Second Life membership.

Please also review the Linden Lab Privacy Policy, especially Protect that password!.

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