An anonymous reader writes: From the Article:
The House of Representative's Judiciary Committee stalled today for their vote of the SOPA bill. This stall comes with a lot of discussion and debate about potential amendments to the bill itself. SOPA is one of the more controversial bills going through congress right now(Along with the NDAA bill). There was no final vote on the bill today, as there had been expected. Several Representatives have voiced many concerns about the bill, and gives hope that the bill will be killed in the committee. However, there are still Representatives in support of the bill. Those Representatives pointed out that if DNS was targeted, infringing websites would still be accessible, but only through the IP address.