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  1. Banned
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    Still Covered

    I am confused about the meaning of the third step in this list:

    1 "Whenever you sign in to Google you'll enter your username and password as usual. "
    2 "Then, you'll be asked for a code that will be sent to you via text, voice call, or our mobile app. "
    3 "During sign in, you can tell us not to ask for a code again on that particular computer. You'll still be covered, because we'll ask for codes when you or anyone else tries to sign in to your account from other computers. "

    What should "cover" mean here? Is there a dictionary definition for this usage?


  2. MikeNewYork's Avatar
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    Re: Still Covered

    This question was asked earlier by a clone of a banned user.

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