Surely I am not the only person who thinks PayPal's "oh, we can log you in automatically, wouldn't you like that?" is enormously irresponsible.

In the hierarchy of auto-logins... any service which touches my money is the LAST thing I would want an auto-login for.

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Nor is there a place to turn this off in settings. You can turn it off for devices they AUTO-OPTED-IN. There's no "never auto-opt-in-a-device" nor a "stop asking about it at all AND don't do it" option.

It auto-opted-in my personal computer this morning without my say-so, sent me this email expecting me to be delighted, so now I'm furious and also annoyed that they turned around a good morning by deciding to give this comp access to my bank account, essentially.

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