There was a time early on when internet privacy was the most important thing to many people. I always remember a cautionary tale from the early daysof the internet in the late 90s: A story about a girl that chatted in the AOL chatrooms and gave out all of her personal information; her name, sports she played, her jersey color, number and dates of games. She was almost abducted by an older man who came up to her after one of her games. He said he was a friend of the family. He seemed nice and knew all the details about her. But she was lucky that a parent of another player at the game saw her talking to the stranger and pulled her away. They called the police and the man was arrested. They found out he had been reading these chatrooms and stalking the teenage girls. The moral of the story was that you shouldn't give out your private information on the internet. Flash forward almost 20 years and nearly every kid in America could be approached in this manner. It seems internet privacy just doesn't matter to most people anymore. So how important is internet privacy to you?