In 20.1, the following text:
"But other information should not be public. This includes your email address, for example, which should not be released unless you choose to do so by sending an email message or authorizing an automated email message to be sent under your name."Sorta still true. If you use a non web based email address, then your email address is harder to get, but not exactly impossible to find. If you are using web-mail, like most of us, then your email address is accessible.
"Similarly, your browsing history (what sites you've already visited) and the contents of your bookmarks list should remain private. Because your browsing history and bookmarks say a lot about your interests, this is information that direct marketers and others would pay good money for, so that they can more effectively target sales pitches to you."Your bookmarks are safe (without an exploit), your browsing history, not so much.