randle - 4:06 pm on Feb 1, 2012 (gmt 0)
Whatever the "law" becomes, with a little ingenuity or money, there will always be ways to effectively deal with it. So if you feel strongly about keeping your ownership of a site private life will go on as you know it, fear not.
However, regardless of the degree to which you wish (or dont wish) to distance your self from this type of easily accessible information, there is a matter of appearance. "Who Is" information is part and parcel of life as we know it in the internet business world. That tooth paste is out of the tube and there's no way to get it back in; people look at who is information as a means to get some sense of a web site they have interest in, and yes a site they may have a problem with.
Presenting well thought out, uniform looking and helpful who is information does not mean including your personal cell phone number and home address; actually far from it.
People are in fact looking at the who is information for your sites; its really more of a question of what you want them to see and the impression they get than what type of crazy law comes about.