As far as I can see copy right holders have a legitimate claim that their rights are not properly being defended.
Their rights are something that has been given to them by laws passed by congress.
The thing rights that they have got is exactly the amount of rights that the laws allocated to them.
The right of due process is an element of the legal system that is a lot more central and enshrined in the constitution. It's a greater good.
Probably will be. Is it an incredibly slippery slope that will lead to the wide spread censorship on the internet? I'm having a hard time seeing this happening.
We are living in a world where Apple uses their censorship power to censor homosexual content.
Facebook is fond of censuring infowars.com. You might think that Alex Jones is crazy but I don't believe that he should be censored.
Censorship powers get abused.
If you ban direct access to torrent websites they will hide behind tor hidden services or i2p.
If you have a vague law that law could also be used to censor the Tor and i2p websites. If you have no vague law people will simply switch to the slower technology and you don't do that much for "intellecutal property protection".