Declan McCullagh wrote an article on CNET showing another problem with SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act).
Taken from the article :
Rep. Dan Lungren, who heads the Homeland Security subcommitteee on cybersecurity, said his panel has been working on ways to tighten the security of the Internet's domain names through a set of security improvements called DNSSEC.
An "unintended consequence" of the Stop Online Piracy Act, or SOPA, would be to "undercut the real effort that would practically help us secure the Internet" through DNSSEC, Lungren said during a hearing this morning. "That's bothersome to me."
The hearing, before a different committee, was supposed to evaluate whether SOPA would be a good idea, including how it would affect the Internet's domain name system. The only problem? Rep. Lamar Smith, the House Judiciary chairman, didn't invite any witnesses who knew anything about domain names or a set of security improvements called DNSSEC. (See CNET roundup of related articles.)