Coffee, tea or laptop privacy screen?

It’s icky, irritating, rude — and relatively rare — at least for now.

But as in-flight Wi-Fi becomes a reality, some flight attendants, passengers and parents are worried that passengers booting up pornography, violent content, and other potentially inappropriate content on their laptops at 35,000 feet will become a real problem.

Find out what travelers, parents, and the airlines say about the pros and cons of filtering in-flight Internet in my most recent  Well-Mannered Traveler column on MSNBC.com.