How private (or not) should i consider the pages of the IUOMA website?

Someone wrote a blog post about mail I sent him. I wanted to post the link on Facebook but thought maybe i should NOT as his mailing address is visible in the first photo.

Don't want to break any sort of unwritten "rules."

Any thoughts?

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NOTHING on the web is private.

I would NEVER publish any address or private informations of other people on the net without their explicit permission.

The IUOMA pages are visible for anyone. So also Google traces the things you publish here.

When I see the sender has his or her full address written in his/her IUOMA profile page, or anywhere else on the internet (e.g. at a mail art project website of his/her own, or on blog posts like you mentioned), I don't delete the address before posting.

If a sender doesn't have his/her address in public, I replace the mailing address by the word 'address' (via the windows program 'paint').  

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