Teens, Young Adults Scoff at Privacy Online

Reared on reality TV, paparazzi, cellphone cameras and the insatiable maw of the World Wide Web, it's no wonder teens and adults in their 20s think a little differently when it comes to privacy. To the Internet generation, reaching out and touching a few hundred of their closest friends -- especially through social-networking sites MySpace and Facebook -- is as natural as brushing their teeth.

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