NICK CANNON: WANTS KIDS' PRIVACY PROTECTED ONLINE
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Nick Cannon is having his say on children's Internet privacy. The host of TV's "America's Got Talent" says kids must be protected online. He says his twins are only 10-months-old but they move his iPad, grab his phone, and will have their first experience online "while they're still in diapers." He says he's the technology geek in his household, but his wife, singer Mariah Carey, is a little leery. He says she doesn't know if she wants their children online so early because of things like privacy issues. He testified before the Congressional Bipartisan Privacy Caucus in Washington.