==Implijout dereat evit lieskontoù==
Daosut ha ma vez erbedet ouzh an holl chom hep krouiñ lieskontoù dre vras, bez' e c'heller krouiñ hag implijout lieskontoù evit kas da benn palioù dereat.
===Segregation and security===
Other users employ multiple accounts to segregate their contributions for various reasons:
* A user making substantial contributions to an area of interest in Wikipedia might register another account to be used solely in connection with developing that area.
* Since public computers can have password-stealing trojans or keyloggers installed, some users may use an alternate account when editing under these conditions in order to prevent the hijacking of their main accounts.
* Someone who is known to the public or within a particular circle may be identifiable based on his/her interests and contributions; dividing these up between different accounts might help preserve the person's anonymity. Users with a recognized expertise in one field, for example, might not wish to associate their contributions to that field with contributions to articles about less weighty subjects.
* A person editing an article which is highly controversial within his/her family, social or professional circle may wish to use a sock puppet so that readers unfamiliar with [[Wikipedia:Neutral point of view|NPOV]] policy will not assume his/her information edits are statements of personal belief.
===Keeping heated issues in one small area===
Some editors use different accounts in talk pages to avoid conflicts about a particular area of interest turning into conflicts based upon user identity and [[Wikipedia:No personal attacks|personal attacks]] elsewhere, or to avoid harassment outside of Wikipedia. A person participating in a discussion of an article about abortion, for example, might not want to allow other participants an opportunity to extend that discussion or engage them in unrelated or philosophically motivated debate outside the context of that article.