The Music Industry Asks US Government to Make 'Unauthorized Streaming' a Felony

"“DNS blocks are easy to circumvent, because site operators can just register a different domain name in the same top level domain or move to a different top level domain,” Annemarie Bridy, Professor of Law at the University of Idaho told Motherboard. “It will always be a game of cat-and-mouse, with no real permanent effects.” 

Bridy noted that when countries apply such systems at scale with little recourse for the unfairly targeted, “the negative externalities for legitimate expression are potentially huge,” adding that a lobbying organization focused on revenue generation shouldn’t be dictating essential core internet policy anyway."