Amazon.com knows this, and they don't care. By concealing buyer identity the buyer remains a customer of theirs, not yours. And they eliminate the possibility of your harassing the customer. Concealing customer identity is standard business practice.
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Location is general, is useful, and nowhere near specific enough to result in authors going solo or harassing readers.
The report enhancement I would [b]MOST[/b] like to see is a running total of "Look Inside" requests to compare against sales. This number, along with traffic origin, would allow the only marketer of most Kindle books ... the author ... to market one-gazillion-percent more effectively.
You can get a rough location by looking at Author Central. That said, there's a whole list of things Amazon could do to help us help them sell books. For example, visitor stats (detailed) on our author page and book pages would help us fine-tune our advertising and promotions. I often wonder why they don't do such basic things.