It is too dangerous to provide too much information, or a little, for that matter.
It gives certain less desirable people the ability to stalk. Your friends and family know who your are. That's all that matters.
It is a dangerous world out there and you will never know what hits you when you reveal what you are not supposed to do so.
Well, as for me, I am always using my real identity.
It is a matter of just being careful that you do not reveal too much of your personal stuff.
I tend to meet people in real life and confirm their identities.
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