All right I have read the bill and I'm missing where the due process is left out. Questionable sites have to be notified that action will be taken. A court order is obtained. These sites have the right to defend their actions in court. If they are not infringing on media creators rights then everything I read says they will go back to business as usual.
The Attorny General does not get to say "I'll shut down what ever site I feel like, end of story". He does have to go through due process procedures.
In my eyes really it boils down to the larger question of when I buy a song or a movie what is the extent of that ownership. Should that ownership be totally defined by the creators or does the government have the right to define that realtionship. How much should the government get involved in enforcing that agreement.