We do not expose your email address or any other information about you. So, no, despite a lot of talk (which will probably either be overly vehemently denied or an attempt will be made to pass it off as a joke or the poster will claim that no one understands some sort of vague and unstated deeper meaning, or that poster's utter lack of information will be alluded to in some even vaguer manner with the old saw about keeping that poster's word and/or somehow allegedly protecting your privacy which is clearly nothing but a clumsy attempt at bluffing), that person cannot get your personal information, unless you have shared it. And you may have, so keep that in mind
But I do want to point out something about the opposite (and my apologies for the tangent, but I think it's related to the overall issue of 'net privacy).
Members must use common sense and a little creativity in the particulars of their postings, Use pseudonyms or initials instead of names. Change genders if necessary. Avoid identifying details. Vent if you wish, but remember your targets have a right to privacy and that you may in fact be compromising your own privacy.
You all may already know this, but it bears repeating. This is the Internet
. What looks private is far, far from it. It's out there. Anyone can read it. And it's often out there forever, as even after a site is taken down there can be a cached page in Google. Therefore, prudence is highly recommended.
Without exception, requests for post or topic removal must be made through the Help Desk