A few years ago, I helped my daughter create a blog as part of a school project. I set myself up as an administrator and my daughter as an author. Although WordPress.com says that my contact info / email would not be released publicly, it appears it may be available to Rapportive through an API or other means -- or it was released publicly through some other method.
Rapportive shows my profile with the fun and false name I used when I helped my daughter set up her blog. It made for a funny discussion with a technical contact recently -- but it brings up a good question.
I'm just wondering what portions of our profiles (and especially emails) are private -- and what is not private. It seems that it may not be as clear-cut as I thought when I created the fun blog for my daughter.
If there's something I should change about my personal settings, please let me know.
The blog I need help with is tweenagers.wordpress.com.