Note from @melbo We often talk about OPSEC at SM and this is a good example as to why. This member gave out too much identifiable information on an open forum and Google filled in the blanks, providing the dox. SM Staff would never release any personal information about it's members (All we actually have is an email address and an IP address). The below allegation is untrue OPSEC: OPerations SECurity is a process that identifies critical information to determine if friendly actions can be observed by adversary intelligence systems, determines if information obtained by adversaries could be interpreted to be useful to them, and then executes selected measures that eliminate or reduce adversary exploitation of friendly critical information. OPSEC is the process of protecting little pieces of data that could be grouped together to give the bigger picture. OPSEC is the protecting of critical information deemed mission essential from military commanders. Protecting this critical information is through the use of email encryption software, careful of who may be listening to you (like in a hotel bar), paying close attention to a picture you have taken (back ground) or not talking openly on social media sites about information on the unit's critical information list (military deployments, shortages of equipment or movement of VIPs). Not staying with this forum because my privacy was violated. My last name was given to members so they could do a search and I was told by a drunk moderator that he found my facebook page and that he gave it to others to relax them. Well guess what? It doesn\t relax me. I don\t appreciate Survival Monkey's violation of my privacy and I did not agree that my last name which was supposed to be private be given out to members on a voice chat.