Many social platforms and games have privacy policies and people using the platforms have an expectation of a certain level of privacy. In most cases, they expect their real world information—phone numbers, addresses, real names, social security information, credit card information—to be held in secure databases and not exposed to the general user population. In some instances, certain pieces of data may be shown as part of the agreed upon set of data. For example, a person's real name or their email address shown in their profile. The expectations and rules should be explicitly laid out in the company's privacy policy and have guidance in the terms of service around infractions around privacy.