A few weeks ago I was asked to speak to a middle school class about my job as a reporter. One of the topics the teacher asked me to speak about was how I use social media: specifically, the methods I use to keep my information safe online.
"These kids have no concept of privacy," the teacher told me before class. They were raised on technology and social media, she said — they don't know what the world was like before Internet privacy was a major concern.
In other words, they are typical millennials.