Two Factor Authentication is great for verifying one person is using an account (as in, security), but I suspect it's also enforced from the vendor's standpoint to make sure you can't easily share the account. For example, when I sign into a client's Intuit account to get the latest QuickBooks update, I can't do it without bothering the client for a code sent to her phone.

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