Mozilla writes on its web site: "Congress is trying to pass legislation that threatens free speech and innovation on the Internet, under the banner of anti-piracy efforts. The proposed infrastructure would damage the security of the Internet and allow the government extensive censorship abilities. Your favorite websites, both inside and outside the US, could be blocked based on a single infringement claim, without any due process of law. The US will be able to block a site’s web traffic, ad traffic and search traffic using the same website censorship methods used by China, Iran and Syria. Piracy is a problem but there are better ways to address it that don’t stifle innovation, knowledge and creativity — or give the US such unchecked power over the global Internet."