The inverse should also apply. There's a local (sort of) car dealer who's radio commercials consistently play the "fine print" at a volume much lower than the subsequent commercial. Generally, they play "noise" - fireworks, Christmas bells, turkeys gobbling, etc - over the disclaimers that are already at a reduced volume for the sole purpose of hiding what they are saying.
Technically, they provided the hidden info, but they are intentionally misleading potential customers.
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