Air New Zealand usually includes a warning in their pre-flight safety videos like: if you lose your phone in your seat, don't try to pull it out, call for a crew member to help you. So this is why.
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Microsoft: Yo dawg, we heard you liked Windows password expiry policies. So we expired your expiry policy
Terms and Conditions might be the real enemy
Seriously. Some banks, like one near me, have it in their Terms and Conditions that online account passwords must never be written or stored ... which means no very complex passwords and no password managers. Not sure if they hard-limit or truncate ... wouldn't that be funny? No correcthorsebatterystaple then.
So even if they allow pasting, if you have any issue with fraud and they find out you used a password manager, they will be legally entitled to put the entire cost on you.
Banks and PCI DSS are becoming part of the problem, with archaic security approaches.