When Facebook decided to rid of community voting in December, users were up in arms about the site's choice to do away with the democratic forum. In doing so, many became concerned about their voice being heard when it came to matters of privacy. The back-and-forth eventually died down, but we now live in an age where information on the Internetwhether on Twitter, Tumblr, or any social media site, for that matteris often public information. No longer do we live in the age of the private citizen. We are all, in one way or another, public figures on the Interwebs.