The internet has created an unparalleled place to connect with other people, but it's also brought new, radically different ideas about privacy. A new poll shows young Americans don't mind if someone sees a picture of them in a bathing suit or reads a dating profile they've posted. The same survey shows older Americans would be shocked by the same things. What will we think in the future and how might our laws change to reflect this?
* Tim Lordan, Executive director, Internet Education Foundation (IEF) and member of the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee
* Eugene Volokh, UCLA Law Professor and former computer scientist