She was commenting on the draft Stop
Online Piracy Act (SOPA), which is before the US Congress.
Using strong language such as "deplores" and "condemns," the Saudi draft stops
just short of recommending actions such as economic or military sanctions, as it knows that nobody would buy its words and demands without providing substantiating evidence, or at least one single proof, for such a shocking accusation.
Is it really that difficult to conclude that any national standard, in any subject, should be revised upward if its first draft stops
short of the best, proven standards already available in Massachusetts, Illinois or California?