I'm probably the last to this party, and I know there were some discussions earlier about some of this, so please forgive me for bringing this up again. My wife and I took a nice sight-seeing flight yesterday for a bit over an hour. I am ADSB-out/in equipped via a Stratus ESG, and used flight following during most of the flight. I'd read others concerns re privacy but never really gave it much thought. On a whim this morning, I opened the flightware.com website for the first time and punched in my n-number. Not only was yesterday's flight track, times, and altitudes throughout available for the world to see, and my flight history previously, but also my NAME, and my general address was only one click away. Freaked me out. I have nothing to hide... I am a rule follower to a fault, and if there's rules I don't like I write to people, vote, and try and get them changed (almost always unsuccessfully) rather than break them. That doesn't mean I want my day-to-day activities published to the world without my consent. Don't want to make this a debate as to whether or not this publication of private activities is good/bad, right/wrong, or any of that. Opinions vary, and that's fine. I've already filled out the LADD form on the FAA website, which I gather is one thing that will prevent release of that information to private companies, although there is no way to prevent the government from gathering and logging the flight data of private citizens. Is there anything else I can do to legally maintain my privacy while I fly with a Stratus ESG transponder? I need to have it because I do routinely fly in Charlie, and have occasions to enter the Mode C veil in the NY Bravo. Regulations state that if it's installed, in needs to be turned on. I programmed in my N number when I installed the Stratus. Can I legally remove that? Will my flights be logged if I do not use flight following? If so, that's a drag. Flight following is great, as are our local controllers. It'd be a shame if the use of ADSB and the boon to safety is also a motivation to NOT use flight following and not reap the benefit of the added safety from the controllers. Advice? Again... no need to respond with the "no need to worry if you have nothing to hide" points. I get that. I'm just a private person who lives in the country who likes to choose what to share of my life. That's all.