If I understood your question correctly... Yes. But I will rephrase this as best as possible:
*Play on any computer as long as the computer you play on does not have someone else with another SWC account playing on it.
*Play on your OWN computer and make sure that noone else logs in with their character from your computer.
If you are going to do any of the above, contact either I think, Khan or Syn and tell them what is going on BEFORE you log in.
Also note that connecting through the same local area network (resulting in the same IP address) would qualify one as a multi account. If your personal computer is not networked, this is not a problem.
“*Play on any computer as long as the computer you play on does not have someone else with another SWC account playing on it.
*Play on your OWN computer and make sure that noone else logs in with their character from your computer.”
That was my pont exactly. So there will be no problem if I inform you before I log in.
But if it happens that someone next to my comp see that i'm playing the game and he is a big fan and eventually makes an account and start playing, will you inform me that i'm in violation of the rules before you delete my char?
Raider: You could try. It may be unlikely, though, so don't count on it. Your handle sounds more like a name than the fellow I rejected today for trying to register as Shadow Warrior, for example.
Revan: You really don't need to worry about this; it's unlikely someone's going to suddenly decide to join from glancing at your screen for a moment. If you're that concerned, just be sure to only log on from home, rather than from a public lab.