TamaraBQuestion The Current ParadigmPremiumReviews:
The bottom line is this is stupid legislation simply because it won't work.
Firstly, The US does not have International jurisdiction over all DNS. Secondly, a simple workaround, like the distribution of a "blacklisted hosts file" nullifies the effect of the law.
This will only create another useless and expensive government bureaucracy.
I don't see this as bad however. The more corporate interests attempt to censor the Internet, the more technical solutions will be developed to counter the censorship, making the Internet more immune to censorship itself.
I am finding this childish battle between control and freedom rather amusing. In the end, freedom and openness will win, as the genie is already out of the bottle and any attempt to stuff it back in will fail.
Would you ever go over to Czechoslovakia, and marry me daughter for me?"