How do hams deal with the privacy and security concern of your station location (usually a home) having the information published for everyone to see? It seems hams do not have proper concern for information shared and the security implications thereof.
For instance, I hear things like hams talking about being mobile and driving and also talking about their base stations etc. OK you're mobile and you have an expensive radio at home you were just talking about. What's the address? Let's check the FCC website and get it. This is mostly concerning for more local bands like 2m or 70cm.
There are often big social media pushes about being careful who share information with because people see you post a picture from being on vacation then ransack your home. In HAM radio, you have no idea who might be listening.
The fact the FCC publishes the data as public information baffles me. Why is it public information? Only the FCC needs it right?