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  1. James Moore

    You might be running into a newer tradition though – intense hostility towards information hiding. My gut assumption, and one that’s probably shared by just about everyone who’s not my grandparents generation, is that anyone trying to hide information is doing something horribly wrong that they’re trying to cover up. In this case, I’m guessing the first one to take a credibility hit is going to be the judge.

    And if I’m on jury duty, you just don’t have the kind of time it would take to convince me that I’m wrong. My base assumption is going to be that whoever is actively trying to hide information is about as trustworthy as pond scum. I’m not saying I’m right in the context of a courtroom, but since that’s the way the rest of the world works, that’s what you’re going to start with.

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