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Hello! I have combed through the TOS for an answer to this and it's not very clear, so I am asking here.

Is it permissible to allow someone onto your account for a brief period of time (say, 30 minutes to an hour to attend a meeting you'll miss or compete on behalf of them with permission from judges), or that under the banner of account transference? In this case, would the two individuals being in the same household affect this at all? Or is it a "do at your own risk" grey area?

 

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30 minutes ago, Unicorn Enchantment said:

Hello! I have combed through the TOS for an answer to this and it's not very clear, so I am asking here.

Is it permissible to allow someone onto your account for a brief period of time (say, 30 minutes to an hour to attend a meeting you'll miss or compete on behalf of them with permission from judges), or that under the banner of account transference? In this case, would the two individuals being in the same household affect this at all? Or is it a "do at your own risk" grey area?

 

Thanks!

 

This post from Dakota is about a totally separate issue, but the final comment still applies:

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I believe that this is what you're looking for.

https://www.lindenlab.com/tos#tos4

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You may not sell, transfer or assign your Account or its contractual rights, licenses and obligations, to any third party (including, for the avoidance of doubt, permitting another individual to access your Account) without the prior written consent of Linden Lab. Linden Lab reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to manage and control the number of Accounts that you may establish and maintain.

edit:  LittleMe Jewell was quicker. ~

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