And specifically to me, if you don't want me to see it at least in summary, never mention "Hugo Award," "NASFiC", "WSFS," "World Science Fiction Society," "Worldcon," or "World Science Fiction Convention" in an unlocked top-level post. (Comments don't appear to get indexed so well.) I (and several other people) have those phrases on a standing Google search for Mark Protection Committee purposes. (And in fact, we've found potential mark offenders that way; not people complaining about the Hugos or whatever, but people misusing the service marks, which is not the same thing at all.) We don't always comment, but sometimes we do. In this case, I would clearly have been better off keeping my mouth shut, but y'all know how difficult that is for me.
But otherwise, if you write in public, you should have no expectation of privacy of your writing. You may think you're writing for just a few friends, but you can be seen by anyone. And that includes what I'm writing right now.