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Glass bricks are used where people want light allowed through, but still have privacy. What do the bricks do to make this happen?

Please help I have searched everything and can not find the answer.

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    The Glass Bricks are Translucent which
    means light can pass through, but you
    cannot see through them. The bricks,
    actually, diffuses the light which
    allows only a fraction of the light to
    pass through.

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