Our students care too. The recent Project Information Literacy report on Information literacy in the age of algorithms reports on students’ attitudes towards privacy, targeted advertising and surveillance. They don’t like it. They find it creepy. They look for ways to resist it. But they also feel resigned to it. It’s out of their control. They also don’t think we are helping, and faculty interviewed for the report concur. They think the information literacies students need in an algorithmic environment are important, but they think someone else should be covering them. It’s not practical for them. But they are knowledge and skills we should aspire to make part of education as much as possible.