Now that Stack Exchange extends beyond the profesional Stack Overflow/Server Fault sites to hobby/interest sites should we be thinking about the amount and nature of personal information that is shown/shared by default?
My Stack Overflow account has my real name and location, real professional interests in the biography and is linked to my CV on Careers. There may be hobby/interest Stack Exchange sites that I don't want to be quite so intimately linked to my job.
I could make up a totally anonymous userid for those sites - but perhaps we should have some sort of wizard on linking a new Stack Exchange site asking what information to share, and a way of seeing exactly what another visitor can see about us?
Can we also have a way of associating/de-associating certain sites? At the moment the only option is to link/unlink all of them.
Edit: I think it's a legitimate concern that an IT professional Stack Overflow/Server Fault/Careers poster may be more aware of privacy, linking accounts and shared information than a 12-year-old posting to justinbeiber.stackexchange (something I know Jeff has planned). This might be a good time for Stack Exchange to consider the privacy implications of the current information sharing model, that's all.