Interesting. I've avoiding joining social media sites because I'm concerned about privacy - not just of punting info. Every Mobile software maker seems to delight in making "sharing" as easy as possible.
This may be slightly off the exact topic, but I hope it's OK if I share this with you, as it's related and can impact a punter's security:
I had a horrifying experience when I set up a second gmail account for my working identity. I once had a second account for a non-whoring reason, and it had always been fine: log out of one gmail account and then into another. So, I set up a gmail account for my working name. I set it to display as the sender's name "Kimberly C." All seemed well enough. Then I got an email from someone that my KimberlyC account was showing my real name as the sender. That is, it said "kimberlyc@gmail, etc..." but displayed my real name as it is on my primary personal account. I freaked out and went to check the settings. All seemed copacetic: I did some sort of reset and the next email seemed OK, but then the following one reverted to showing my real name. I couldn't make it stop.
Meanwhile, I had the reverse happen in my primary/non-working account. I replied to a friend's email (I didn't open a fresh email window - I hit "reply") and he said, "What's this kimberlyC? Do you have a new email address?" Luckily, this person knows what I do, so there was no damage.
I Googled for an answer to why this was happening and found one other person citing a similar issue on some techie forum. As far as I can tell, it was a glitch and nothing to do with how I'd put my settings. There was the suggestion that this was a result of being linked via Google+. I had to disengage my primary account from Google+ and never use the KimberlyC gmail again. That does seem to have solved the problem.
I know most of you use AW or punting phones, but some guys have a second email address for when they contact prostitutes via their web sites. Please be aware that this can happen if you have two gmail accounts and are on Google+.
I tried to make that succinct and hopefully not garbled.