I’ve always thought privacy concerns over Facebook were exaggerated -they usually come from your parents who have been publishing their home address and phone number on the white pages for decades anyway. There is much much worse.
The mere act of voting in the UK ends up in having your home address published on the web.
If you registered to vote on the Electoral Roll and ticked the wrong box, the one with the confusing caption, something like “tick here if you don’t want your details to appear in the private listing”, then all your past addresses are on the web, year by year. Yippee!
It’s not just your home address, but also the list of people who lived with you. That must be the most blatant breach of privacy I’ve ever seen. It’s like Facebook for flatmates with privacy settings set to ‘Everyone’.