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No More Passwords

Passwords are still the main method for protecting online accounts, but new regulations and open standards might mean that we can finally ditch them, said writer Ben Dickson in his column, “Why Passwords Might (Finally) Go Away.” Here’s what readers thought.

There are two main obstacles that I didn’t really see addressed

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