Hiten Samtani gives a great overview of the issue of privacy and social media, including comments from several leaders in the information literacy and school library fields. We hammer our students with the notion of their digital tattoo, but sometimes it just doesn't sink in. Sharing specific examples like this, sort of a 21st century Aesop's fable, seems to click with them. When I told a class about Snapchat's videos not disappearing as everyone thought, one student looked like he was about to faint. I see classes monthly, and try to share a quick story each time I see them about social media or information literacy. In one month, it's fairly easy to find a new story that they can relate to, whether it's a plagiarism scandal involving adults, which they laugh knowingly at, or a sexting or bullying video that leaves most of them thoughtful. Sharing the stories of how people are affected by social media nightmares can be much more effective than following a canned curriculum on digital literacy.