The internet is ending. It may be a slow death, but even if these bills in Congress get tabled, it will happen sooner or later. Once the studios and record labels negotiate a solution with the online sellers and the major sites, one that the majority of normal people are happy with, they'll pull out the knife and carve all the other parts right off, probably through new legislation. The normals won't care, naturally, since they'll be too busy friending people and playing that really really really gay site I use to talk to my normalfag friends ongames and drooling on their shirts to notice. And of course, all without realizing (or caring about?) the fact that Facebook, Google+ et al. are part of the project to document all human relationships and interactions, and eventually everything it is to be human, in a place where it can easily be searched and monitored by interested parties.
And naturally, nobody will care about those people on the fringes, like us. We'll be the ones to lose out in the end, like always. So all this Wikipedia Google blackout SOPA fuckery in the end does not matter a damn.