Blog censorship gains support | CNET News.com
Ok, maybe I have a little more common sense than your average bear, but I would have thought that blogging addresses, phone numbers, etc. would OBVIOUSLY BE A BAD THING! Especially with regard to average Joe type of people. Most celebraties' addresses are well known anyways, although the whole Paris Hilton Blackberry shows the need for good password protection.
Now note that without knowing what is meant by "other personal information" I can't comment further. To me someone's sex life is private, but would it be appropriate to out someone's homosexuality if they are publicly opposed to, say, gay marriage?