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Is it important to be "logged out" when you depart forums, message boards, etc.? Or does it make any difference. I don't always remember to log off some forums, consequently I might still be logged on 24/7 for several days. Opinions?

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Won't hurt a thing.

I never "Log off". But I do close my browser when I'm finished.

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Ditto here, I never log off either most of

the time and there was a long discussion a couple of months ago in one of these forums about this with a variety of opinions but I can't seem to locate it at the moment.

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