One of the main criticisms Hollywood has levied at Silicon Valley throughout the SOPA/PIPA debate is "Hey, it's not a perfect bill but it's not like you guys are offering better solutions."
The esteemed gentleman from California (and a few friends) beg to differ.
Today, Congressman Darrell Issa launched KeepTheWebOPEN.com, a site on which he invites public comment on his proposed Online Protection and Enforcement of Digital Trade Act, which is envisioned as a more sensible option to protect copyright online by using international trade laws as enforcement mechanisms.
You can visit the website, read the proposed bill in full and add your voice to what you would like to see in the proposed legislation at the same time. So take a look, and do what you can to keep the web #OPEN.