Facebook says you've got to be at least 13 to sign up, yet there are millions of underage users, giving away their personal information without a second thought. And social media is just the tip of the iceberg.
I've always been more careful than my peers about what information I share, whether on my computer or my phone. I even installed a browser add-on that shows me exactly what sites are tracking my every click.
When I visit my favorite game website for example, my tracking tool lists 16 other websites that start following me. So you can see why the Federal Trade Commission wants to pass tough new laws to protect kids' privacy.
It's my opinion it should be up to kids and their parents to decide how much they disclose online.
Groups like Common Sense Media tell parents to set rules about what kids post.