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lies and trusts

 If person A violates the privacy of person B, by doing something like reading B's journal. but in the process of said violation finds out that person B has blatantly lied about something important, is person A allowed to confront them with the information? Or does person A have no right to get mad since they found out the info in a way that might be upsetting to the lying person? 

If you thought you were likely to find out something about your mate that might break up the relationship (whether because of the act  itself or because they had lied to you about it), would you still make the effort to find out the unpleasant truth or prefer to stay blissfully ignorant?
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