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Try the "restaurant analogy." People who are nosey, leaning toward other diners in order to snoop, are caught by those other diners. Moreover, our culture deems such intrusion to be a worse sin than anything that may be overheard. Now try setting up a restaurant where customer tables are separated by paper shoji screens. This provides the surface illusion of greater privacy, but peepers can press their ears against the screen and peer through little slits with impunity.