I guess I would classify myself as a diaper wearer. I've never opened up or mentioned any bit of this part of myself to anybody, so I'm a little uncomfortable posting here (actually, I thought the *required* profile fields were excessive). It's also not something I'm particularly proud of, but after getting many prompts on this site that I couldn't continue to lurk without registering, I got frustrated and bit the bullet. My level of comfort with opening up here is probably partly related to my interests, though also partly related to my shyness and general common sense about what should or should not be posted online.
In my personal life, I tend to follow political and technical issues surrounding privacy and security, particularly the types of things EFF works on and things where privacy or anonymity is critical. That obviously includes this website, but there are others (which I may or may not have been involved in), such as forums of political dissent, where a breach of privacy can mean the end of someone's life at the hands of an oppressive regime.
By trade, I am in my 20's and an undergraduate in college. I'd rather not say my major here because it's rather unique (and despite claims to the contrary it WILL show up in Google), but my area of study is closely related to my area of interest. Although I'm in school, I also work part time in information technology. Most of my work is in web development, but I also provide general end-user support and write scripts for servers/desktops as needed. When I'm not working on schoolwork or for my job, I am usually involved in some form of political activism, programming project, or reading/moderating Slashdot comments. I have also played Yu-Gi-Oh, but between class and work I haven't had time or money to effectively keep up with it for a while.