The Atlantic reports a child's online footprint can begin before they are even born. It starts when parents upload sonograms to social media. By the age of two, 92 percent of toddlers have their own digital identity, according to a 2010 study by AVG. Some call this "sharenting,” when parents actively share their child's digital identity. The Atlantic's Taylor Lorenz joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her article, "When Kids Realize Their Whole Life Is Already Online."