Watchdog group tracks what really happens to your ‘recycled’ e-waste

The U.S. leads the world in e-waste, and while electronic recycling is increasingly popular, what happens after consumers drop off their computers, phones and other products is less clear. A watchdog group has found a lot of tossed junk, with its toxic components, winds up in poorer nations — and that very little recycling is going on. Special correspondents Ken Christensen and Katie Campbell of KCTS report.