Many novice Bitcoin users misconstrue addresses as a permanent identifier like email addresses. However, Bitcoin addresses should rather be perceived to have the character of a unique invoice identifier. A few years ago, BIP 179 proposed “Bitcoin Invoice Address” as a new term for “address”. They suggest that Bitcoin and Address are optional, the former only necessary when the context of Bitcoin is not present, and the latter only meant as a transitional step.
This would help clarify the character of Bitcoin Invoice Addresses as a single-use artifact, perhaps help curb address reuse, and also dissuade misuse of the tag in the context of email addresses, physical addresses, or IP addresses.