No real privacy for living relatives of the deceased
I have been confused for a long time as to the way privacy for the living is handled in Family Tree. Fine that we can't see the profiles of the living, except in our private spaces, but there is so much to be seen about them in the profiles of their deceased spouses, siblings, parents, etc.
Take one profile that I was checking out yesterday. The individual was born in 1944. Personally, I would not have even added him to FT, deceased or living. But another user had done so - without even the birth year, let alone any evidence of death - nothing attached other than a name and being placed under his parents. After I had found and added more details (including dates of birth and death) a record hint appeared for his marriage - showing year of marriage and his wife's name. So, I can quite easily identify what appears to be a person who is still alive and this important detail about them.
Sure, I agree that this detail is public (as, in the U.S., is lots of detail of the living - found in 1940 & 1950 census records,etc.), but what I continue not to understand is why we can't see details on a living person's profile that we can easily find (by way of sources and biographical notes) against the profiles of their close relatives.
What really are FamilySearch's ideas on the concept of privacy for the living?