Can the signatories to the letter be said to "support the bill" that is presently under consideration?
The above language differs from an earlier letter of May 25 to the Senate, in which a somewhat different group of organizations more explicitly endorsed a specific bill.
Thanks for posting the links to the letters. I think its important for people to understand the breadth of groups that support creating a centralized internet censorship infrastructure in the United States.
Perhaps a personal Boycott wouldn't work, but there are more visible actions that can be taken.
RE: SOPA: Put your money where your mouth is