Flashback to a time where the only worry about privacy that you had was to just lock your front door of your home. Those days are long, long, gone. Now if you want to post your life out there you can do so if you chose to. What I find interesting is how Vannevar Bush dreamed of a machine that could vasts amounts of information at our fingertips but I do not believe he would foreseen what the government started using a way to keep in communication from a possible nuclear war into a standard that is part of everyone's life.
When looking for a job, as we all inch closer to graduation, we have to constantly filter and watch what we post. First impressions are what make or break us. The more people can know about "cyber you" the one that has posts about how much you hate sitting in traffic or pictures of you at a hockey game with a beer in your hand, the more people who are looking at your pictures and posts can make a opinion without knowing the real you, the hard-working college student.
http://www.privacyrights.org/fs/fs18-cyb.htm this site here helps with your navigate the privacy of the internet. There are many aspects of the internet that are still unknown. Information on the internet changes in the blink of a eye. When it comes to privacy, I believe the more the better. It keeps your true self in order and what is important around you personal.
When you graduate from college or whatever life takes you it is imperative to keep your personal and cyber life away from each other.