Intelius has your cell phone number — and is selling itThat mobile-phone barrier you've built between yourself and telemarketers is about to crumble. The nice chaps over at Intelius, who provide services like name, address, and Social Security number searches, are compiling an online mobile-phone directory they'll sell to anyone willing to pay them a measly $14.95 a number. They're operating on the philosophy that if you're willing to give your mobile number to the IRS or Domino's, you've opted in to an early-Saturday-morning game of phone tag with telemarketers. The dastardly sorts have ensured that the only way to get off the list is by faxing in a written request alongside an ID card. A fax machine: So low tech, it may just stop the Web 2.0 crowd in their tracks.

The saving grace of Intelius's new directory? It's mostly useless. My boss tried to use it to ID the guy responsible for TheFunded.com, before Adeo Ressi outed himself in the pages of Wired. (Photo by freezelight)