As I understand it, the newest notorious peeping-tom of the internet is the warpdriven privacy-invader Zabasearch, a service from which many people would apparently like to be removed (heck, me too.)
What cracks me up is not so much this online article about it, but the responses in the comments section. People craving privacy are publicly posting their names, addresses, and phone numbers. And they're posting these messages to this online gazette, which has nothing to do with Zabasearch except for having published an article about it! It's flabbergasting.
Oh yeah, just in case you're itching to be removed from Zabasearch? For the love of Pete don't give me your name and address. I'm just some blogger who has the term "Zabasearch" in their blog entry*.
*This will probably guarantee that dozens of people will for no reason unload their most sensitive data in my comments section, so beware.