Originally Posted by Spinoza
Like I said previously the bill does require the Attorney General to work through the court system. Accused parties can address there issues in courts, nothing gets done unless a court approves it...or ie due process is served.
Although there are somethings in the SOPA bill which are a little murky on how it would be handled.
The bill also gives immunity to Internet services that voluntarily take action against websites dedicated to infringement [...]
Okay, now, where's the due process in this, again? Where does the Attorney General fit into this scenario?
It's precisely in the "murkiness" of which you speak that due process is lost.