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  • Leak promotes anonymous honesty
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Leak promotes anonymous honesty

Ever wanted to tell someone something, but lost your nerve? Web service Leak has been created with the intention of solving this problem, enabling people to send anonymous emails to anyone they know. The example on the site? "I think you're so sexy, even if you're fat."

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