I agree, that screen captures can be made public, but I see a great difference between screen capture randomly shot and uploaded to a server and a live stream broadcasted to everyone.
The argument, that you shouldn't be on the internet if you fear, that you will be streamed in the game is not a good one. The problem is that you have no choice to logoff because you are not aware that a person streams you.
I will you give you an example from real life: When a broadcasting company like the BBC etc. films you and wants to broadcast that in TV they have to ask you if you agree. As a consequence of your objection, that you don't put stuff on the internet it would mean for real people they should stay home to avoid, they would be broadcasted in TV.
I understand what you're saying Xeno, and I certainly agree that if youre streaming, that you should inform the person, any decent person or real friend would, I also did see Kitty Quinn in the game yesterday and she has in her profile that shes streaming, so you dont even have to ask her.
I already addressed that nefarious reasons can be and would be preferably done with a screen capture, but its the other concern that I'm not understanding.
The viewers of the adult streaming service Plexstorm, are going to see what? A 3D animated character, with a made up nickname, saying things?
But, if you are meaning towards personal stuff that you would only say to a close friend, then we've come full circle back to my original point about revealing personal and/or real life things to people you don't "really" know on the internet.
I'm sorry, but I just can't see the issue you're raising as any real problem, but a tag like KimmyFox suggested would cool and allay any fears, however real or unfounded they may be, at ease.