While the MPAA has been pretending that there are no alternatives beyond the insanity that is PIPA and SOPA, some in Congress have actually been hard at work on trying to think through the specific issues. And one key point has become clear: this isn’t a law and order issue, but an international trade issue. Nearly all of the complaints are about the problem of “foreign” sites sending goods across the border into the US. So it makes absolutely no sense that this issue isn’t under the purview of the Finance Committee, whose job it is to oversee international trade. Thus, a bill is being worked on that tackles the issues as an international trade issue. A “discussion draft” is being circulated on this (embedded below).