Reply to Ron / CMRA
It's not so much an issue of them releasing your specific information, but instead releasing the fact that it's not a real address (but rather a rented mailbox).
For example, CMRAs registered with the databases will show up in a search by a bank if you try to use one as your "residence" address for a bank account. BSA laws are very strict about this. I've even had a bank suspend one of my accounts because I used a commercial address as my "residence" address! I had to call and give them a residential address before they would unsuspend the account.
Using a nominee won't prevent the address from showing up in databases as a rented mailbox, but you can at least hide your name by having mail delivered in the name of the nominee or a company (for example, if your mail is forwarded there from a far away ghost address).