It’s up to Congress, US lawmakers apparently feel, to protect the music biz from copyright pirates. Two bills are in the works – the Induce Act in the Senate and the Piracy Deterrence and Education Act in the House of Representatives. This summer, Sen. Orrin Hatch announced that they “must pass legislation this year that would effectively drive online digital music swapping companies out of business,” the Washington Post reported. The Induce Act, which the Senate is expected to vote on tomorrow, would allow recording companies and movie studios to sue file-sharing networks like Kazaa or eDonkey for enticing their users to illegally share copyrighted tunes and films. The other bill, passed by the House yesterday, would – if signed into law – make it a crime both to share large numbers of music files on P2P networks and to use video cameras to record films in movie theaters, the Associated Press reports.