Bill gives DoJ power to close sites accused of piracy anywhere in the world

David Kravetz, in Wired News today: "Lawmakers introduced legislation Monday that would let the Justice Department seek U.S. court orders against piracy websites anywhere in the world, and shut them down through the sites' domain registration. The bipartisan legislation, dubbed the Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act (.pdf) amounts to the Holy Grail of intellectual-property enforcement."