This is an in context view of some of the copyright acts and treaties that have put us all in a dangerous position where every user of the internet is guilty until proven innocent.
Unless SOPA and ACTA comes with provisions that the accuser has to buy the accused a parrot and pirate hat, I won't stop opposing them.
In the end, copyright isn't really possible to enforce against every day people. We shouldn't be criminal just because we have copied material or because we choose to share them. Nor should the law allow people to ignore due process or constitutional rights.
There is a certain amount of moral justice taking place online at the moment where media companies who have long gotten away with 100 year copyright terms and hardly any sharing or mixing have to face sharing and remixing as a natural part of how the Internet works.
I obviously think that copyright works for copyleft and in certain places; so I'm not advocating for the repeal of the 1978 Copyright act. But the DMCA must go and ACTA, SOPA and PIPA must be defeated.