Imagine gaining access to a teenager’s diary. Confidentiality is violated when an outsider turns the pages.
These days, those personal thoughts are more likely to be documented electronically on social networking sites rather than on paper. But the same level of confidentiality can exist if someone wants to restrict access to just one person or a select circle of friends.
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