That's sort of missing the point, though, IMO. Its not about privacy, but about player expectations. If you have a quest leading to a dungeon in a certain town, I think if players expect it to be listed, the first thing they'll do is check it to be listed. I think the way the devs have set up a lot of mechanics in the game it makes people who want to do RP have to actively fight against the game mechanics. Right now, for instance, everything is set up to encourage vendors being outdoors, which means almost nobody is going to go into your shop if your vendor is out doors. I think the list and rate system, even with an option to unlist, is just going to be another instance of this. Opt-in is the best way of doing this, if they want to do it. But, again, I think a lot of these problems would be solved better by giving players the right tools to curate things themselves (we don't have them, currently), rather than doing it through an automated process.