I received a mail today from a person who wrote he or she registered a .bit domain for me. I am grateful to that person for wanting to help, but I have to refuse that gift.
I am pretty okay with the usage of the plain cryptographic keys for addressing sites, and I'm not going to use the Namecoin domains for my sites. Actually, the cryptographic keys are the only sound way to address sites in ZeroNet now, and Namecoin domains don't seem reliable for me at all.
However, the mail made me think about the potential abuse of the names. So I have to make a statement:
I've never registered and not going to register any .bit domains for my ZeroNet sites. All my zites are available by their plain cryptographic addresses only. And even if some of them are available by .bit domains, it is not me who owns the domains.