^ and I agree to an extent but in reality there is not much regulation on the Internet and they are seeing billions of dollars a year missing because of piracy and counterfeiting.
Yes some rights you might think are violated but keep in mind that the Internet is not a necessity. It's a privilege. It's hard to determine what is right and wrong on the Internet as well as hard to determine rights and liberties on something like it. You can't apply the constitution to it because it is so new and so
Vast that there's a point and a counter point in each argument.
Hmmmm... I don't know, there have been a number of acts introduced and in law already to try and curb the problem. They've already introduced these laws, they're already in place, and for the most part, these studios are making more money than they are losing when it comes to these films. Think about box office, DVD sales, DVD rentals, TV showings, merchandising, etc. The average movie, no matter how bad it bombs in the box office, will make its money back one way or another.
The problem is that this internet "regulation" is a flawed and doomed enterprise. It won't regulate anything. It will just give the powers to the studios as to decide what information we can & cannot see based on copyrighted material. There are a number of legitimate sites that could be affected. Example: movie review websites, film news/rumor sites, music reviews sites, blogs like 2dopeboyz, wikipedia, your facebook, your twitter, your tumblr, etc, etc, etc. These restrictions on us will not stop piracy. Stopping piracy at its source will stop piracy. These restrictions will not fix or curb anything in the slightest. All it will do is make pirates explore other more direct means, and the problem will flourish & continue.