That's a nice perspective (and one I basically agree with) but the problem that's causing all of this is how abusive everyone has been with what little anonymity (or freedoms) we've had up to this point. Of course, money is always mixed into the equation as well, but for all intents and purposes, I'm focusing on the prior right now. Everything ranging from viruses, child porn, hacking into peoples' computers, hateful comments, spam, theft, intellectual property issues, etc., etc... It's all created a vortex of hassle that's dropped the value of allowing anonymity. Don't get me wrong: I hate it, too, when some damn website greets me with my Gmail username or something associated with my musical preferences or whatever but as long as people keep acting like dicks to everyone else, spouting off anti-Semitic this, burn in hell that; we'll keep suffering the consequences for it. We've evolved into a society (and infrastructure) that focuses on the morally-lowest common denominator, but even worse is the fact that we keep approaching the same problems with a quantitative mindset. This, I personally believe, is really the ultimate problem.