For banking, taxes, etc., use the "Trusted Internet." For Slashdot, YouTube, Google, etc., use v1. But then I thought what would happen down the road: most businesses (i.e. content providers) want to know who you are so they can target their advertising. More and more of the Internet stables would move to v2, leaving v1 as a spam-filled world with a low signal-to-noise ratio: very similar to what Usenet is now. And v1 would suffer the same fate as Usenet: most people won't use it much, it will cost the ISPs more to provide, and there will be politicians calling to shut it down due to the terrorists/pedophiles/anarchists/communists/bogeyman. At that point, say goodbye to anonymity on the Internet.