Span classnews_dtnov 11 2007spannbsp018332best answer you mean some random guy asking you for your email i guess you give it to him if you feel like it just like you would give your number to a guy that you met at publix or something and you felt like you would like to meet him again.
By asking a grownup or s person how knows it but tell them its for a game and dont show them the game or they might ssat no and not give you there email address answer by dj submitted on 1162007.
Email addresses are like opinionsnearly everyone has one it is the most public piece of personal information you have besides your name but what you may not know about your email address.
The only risk i see is that you gave a fishy person the means to try personalized scam attempts on you eg emails that appear to be from your work if that information is linkable which will let you download malware instead.
you have no basis for civil suit on the facts that you have stated because there is no legal obligation for your ex to keep confidential your email address email addresses are not confidential so no suit can be brought for disclosing that info.
Span classnews_dtmay 21 2016spannbsp018332most obviously if you send them your email address they are almost certainly going to send you an email then you will have to come back here and ask if it is safe to open an email from a stranger who requested your address without explanation.
When you post an advertisement you have the option to either anonymize your contact email address and use the craigs list remailer or enter your real email address its easy for the email lookup scammers to get it if you give it up directly.
Span classnews_dtmay 20 2010spannbsp018332aaron haire haireaarongmailcom that is the guy i googled part of his messages and scam alerts came up the bad news is that i gave my address and phone number before looking it up i feel so stupid for falling for it.