How many of the people signing up for the  “Do Not Call” list are the same people who do not hesitate to talk about their business and personal lives in public via cell phone?

It’s an interesting question. Because the two phenomena, 50 million people flocking to keep telemarketers from reaching them at home and the loud-mouth next to you on the bus talking about his business plans, are all faces of the same issue—the changing nature of privacy.

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