A new law might make anti-piracy operations tidy, but it's not the only way that 'rogue' websites are going to be blacklisted going forward.
December 5 – The Hollywood Reporter
By Eriq Gardner
On December 15, the House of Representatives is scheduled to take up debate of the controversial "Stop Online Piracy Act" (SOPA). The antipiracy legislation has set off a firestorm in recent months thanks in large part to provisions that would allow the government to cut access to rogue foreign piracy websites and open up legal avenues by which third parties would be blocked from doing business with the offending sites. Critics fear the end of the Internet as we know it, and in reaction to cries of "censorship," the movie industry says it will at least tone down some of the language in the legislation.
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