http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2008/07/senate-introduc.html. A couple of quotes: "Most important, the measure, like the House version, creates an executive-level Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator, which would require Senate confirmation. The executive and its office would be charged with creating a nationwide plan to combat piracy and "report directly to the president and Congress regarding domestic international intellectual property enforcement programs." "The bill also has a global reach. It charges the new Copyright Czar to "identify and give priority to those countries where programs of training and technical assistance can be carried out most effectively and with the greatest benefit to reducing counterfeit and pirated products in the United States market." Here comes enforced ISP snooping.