In more SOPA news

Via boing boing who’s staying on top of everything SOPA, Michael Geist reports that one really scary aspect of the law is that it attempts to bring the entire internet under US jurisdiction: “The U.S. approach is breathtakingly broad, effectively treating millions of websites and IP addresses as “domestic” for U.S. law purposes.”

If these measures were not enough, the fifth measure makes it a matter of U.S. law to ensure that intellectual property protection is a significant component of U.S. foreign policy and grants more resources to U.S. embassies around the world to increase their involvement in foreign legal reform.

The EFF discusses who’s missing from the hearing today.

Internet giants take out a full-page ad in the New York Times to decry the bill.

And Firefox has a SOPA page.