Public Is The New Private Youth Radio's Lauren Silverman claims people under 25 are choosing to communicate publicly on their Facebook and Myspace walls, rather than send private messages. From the mundane to the scandalous, every detail of life becomes public.
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Public Is The New Private

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Public Is The New Private

Public Is The New Private

Public Is The New Private

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Lauren Silverman, 20, goes to college in Ann Arbor, Mich. Courtesy Youth Radio hide caption

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Youth Radio's Lauren Silverman claims people under 25 are choosing to communicate publicly on their Facebook and Myspace walls, rather than send private messages. From the mundane to the scandalous, every detail of life becomes public.

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