confidentiality\ trap

Any website, chain letter, email, or other form that seems innocent but tricks you into giving away personal, embarrassing, or otherwise stupid information to an individual, usually the one you got linked to the site by.

AARGH! Kelsey lured me into a confidentiality trap. Now she knows that I have a crush on Danielle.


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