iamlost - 4:17 pm on Jan 31, 2012 (gmt 0)
As I treat my web sites as businesses they each are registered businesses with appropriate legal addresses (not my personal name and address).
Yes, it costs more but I decided years ago that (1) it was the proper mindset, (2) it retained personal privacy while maintaining public accessibility, and (3) in some ways easier to transfer ownership should I decide to sell.
It is long past time that websites selling goods/services/ads/af links were treated as businesses by all concerned.
And I suppose that 'privacy' services will remain as an option to obfuscate public facing information for those who decide to register with direct personal data.
Regardless, as has been mentioned, registering with fake or with real but 'borrowed' identification will likely continue just as it does in the 'real' world. Can you say human behaviour?