Someone edited this question to include what I consider a confidential personal detail about the original poster:
I then edited the question to remove that detail, but my edit was rejected.
The original poster chose to not include that detail in this question. Is it appropriate for someone else to insert that detail, whether or not the detail is relevant to the question, and whether or not the original poster may have mentioned it elsewhere on this site?
I think that it needs to be immediately clear, whenever a personal detail is disclosed, that the person to whom it is attributed has given consent for it to be made public.
If I am interpreting Interpersonal Skills Stack Exchange policy correctly, it requires a strong burden of proof for discussing someone's personal information:
Can you give me another user's information?