explorador - 4:39 pm on Jun 2, 2012 (gmt 0)
I also worry about this and would like to find a way to remain anonymous. It is a right, and there are many valid respectful reasons to want that. There is an old thread about electronic bullying with very interesting real life examples. Some real life business suffer from this, besides internet business are easier to target (around your persona).
Many members here have a network of sites and despite the policies of the forum not talking about specifics, many also refuse to reveal their site names. In fact, it's been discussed (specially on the electronic bullying) how many just don't want any lights and stay in the shade creating 100% original valid content without wanting to be known. It is a hobbie.
Basically, if you don't want people to know what you're doing, don't post it online.
It's really that simple.
Besides, what kind of hobby sites are you posting that are so embarrassing you don't want people to know about them?
You are assumming, there are many valid reasons.
I had a business offer from a guy who turns out to be scrapping sites. I refused so he went after my content. My sites are not linked.