First. Even though it is a violation of constitutional rights, that aside, what about the future. Remember "Give a Mouse a Cookie"? Once the camel gets his nose under the tent then it's all over. Second. It already is illegal to copyright or have copyright infringements. Why in the world do we need to make another law that violates the due process of law and when the Government can actually shut down a _private_ website. No trial, no notice, boom gone! In the current law, under the DMCA, if the original owner or copyright office asks a content provider to remove something, they are expected to. Why should we make a law where the government can do it themselves? Third. It's not just pirating sites. Say Google came up with a search result to a site the Government didn't like. The government can have the power to shut down those results. Even though Google has done nothing and the Government is violating their company's privacy. Under current law, they can be asked by the owner and are expected to. I have seen the link at the bottom of Google sometimes that says something like "A few sites were omitted because thy were in violation of the DMCA." Why isn't that law enough?