I know we've discussed internet privacy, but I'm watching Wife Swap where the family had no doorknobs and no locks on the kids' bedroom doors. They weren't allowed to go over friends' houses or have people over. My question is: do teenagers deserve their privacy? How much privacy is too much privacy? I don't know, because I don't have kids, but for a while, I didn't feel I needed a lock on my bedroom door. Once I felt I needed one, it was installed on my door. My parents never read my journal or snooped in my room. They never listened in on my phone calls. But they trusted me and for the most part, I was open and honest with them.