By way of Iggy:
Bonomo agrees, however, that our hypothetical organization's existence would go a long way toward stopping cheating at its roots: "A set of standardized rules could eliminate the gray areas of cheating. Once everything is defined as right or wrong, it becomes a lot harder to justify the wrong."
Funny, I never needed anyone to tell me multi-accounting was wrong. But then again, I'm mostly an honest guy.
Until someone defines rules to take the place of your conscience, to provide a path where one shouldn't be needed, you could always go by the rule that if you feel comfortable posting what you're doing on a twoplustwo forum, you're probably not cheating.
Since you didn't until you were caught, Justin, it's kind of hard to make the argument that you were operating in a "gray area".