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There are SE sites which I want to use without being identifiable my main account. Thus, I have a secondary SE account, too.

(To prevent temptations ;-), currently there is no SE site for which I would be registered with both of them.)

Earlier it was very simple: simply I was logged in into the different SE sites with my different accounts. If I wanted to log in, I could simply choose, which of my accounts I want to use.

What I could do: I could use some browser addon (or multiple browsers) which would enable me to use different session cookies.

But I am looking for a better solution: ideally, for one which doesn't trigger your possible warning scripts, but makes this even looking legal.

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  • No, don't downvote, using multiple stackexchange accounts are competely allowed.
    – peterh
    Jul 11, 2015 at 4:47
  • Nick's answer there applies to this one too; logging in is moving to one login for the whole top-level domain. If you want to use a different account for some parts of that domain, you'll have to log out, and log in with the other account. Or use separate browsers to handle the two separate accounts. Jul 11, 2015 at 9:13

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