Yes, protecting the anonymity of children is a good idea, but can this be done ? ....
That all internet sites operating for any business purpose - either through direct sales, sponsoring advertisements, soliciting contributions or memberships - or otherwise operated by either For Profit business entities or by Not-For-Profit organizations, fellowships, associations - INCLUDING (but especially) any sites hosting or permissive of adult dialogue or pornographic content (graphic or otherwise) -
... be REQUIRED under federal law to provide the name of the creator or person responsible for the safe operation of the site, his/her/their contact numbers, his/her/their e-mail addresses, as-well-as physical address where he/she/they may be contacted.
The same information should be required for the business entity or not-for-profit organization hosting any web-site, Discussion Forum, or Chat Room that is available for public access within the USA.
i would just *love* to know more about the people that refuse to identify themselves to concerned adults.