There is universal consensus that foreign rogue sites have detrimental impact on American businesses and consumers and that Congress needs to act. Recent announcements by sponsors of the legislation have made clear that the issues of Internet operation, security, and freedom will be addressed by a manager's amendment which will makes changes to the provision dealing with blocking of rogue sites. It is time that the Senate pass a narrowly tailored legislation that disrupts the ability of foreign criminals to prey on innocent consumers and steal American jobs. The Chamber urges the full Senate to debate and pass this important measure (S. 968).
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