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New US Senate Bill Introduced Requiring ISPs to Block Pirate Sites

Mark Hachman reporting in PC Magazine: "A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators were scheduled Monday to introduce an act that would crack down on sites that traffic in pirated intellectual property, whether or not those sites are housed in the United States. ... The bill takes the novel step of not only cracking down on domestic sites that illegally distribute copyrighted material, but also authorizes the Department of Justice to choke off access to foreign sites, including ordering domestic ISPs and payment providers to either block or stop doing business with the infringing sites."

Read full story: PC Magazine

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