to solve if you never publicly use your real name. I haven't since 2001. And If I have to, I use fake background information; although for the sake of accurate interaction with other professionals, I don't do that here on TR. If you do a simple Google search of my fake name, you will see me all over the place. That doesn't bother me much.
Nick did hit it on the nail head though. I did have to use my real name when I was employed by a non-profit. But we were under tight HIPAA regulations, and even my email was under SSL and VPN during my entire stay there. So I doubt much leaked to the public arena.
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