Jan. 5, 2011 at 8:00 AM ET
Are teenagers sharing too much online? According to them, yes.
In a recent survey on TeenVogue.com, 94 percent of readers polled said that teenagers should be more concerned about privacy on the Internet. From party photos on Facebook to indiscreet tweets, the possibilities for TMI are everywhere for teens -- and the consequences can stretch far beyond their high school days. On TODAY, a Teen Vogue editor and a psychiatrist talked with Meredith Vieira about raising teens in the age of TMI: Click here for the video.
As moving to Amish country for the teen years is, sadly, not an option for most families, parents have got to set limits for online privacy somehow. Vote, and discuss in the comments: Parents, do you believe your kids are acting responsibly online or are they sharing way too much of their own information?