When smoking in theaters was banned, my little dollar opted out. So that little dollar isn't collected. HOWEVER back on topic, SOPA hit a big bump in the road when MPAA and Silicon Valley went head to head... and with the number of Googler's in the administration these days, there was a really big bump. :)
That said, I'd like to find a valid, fair, simple method of protecting copyright on the web. Most jeer at RIAA and MPAA because they think "too much money", but WE as WEBMASTERS have the SAME problem with scrapers (as do book authors, publishers, etc.)
We need something, but what SOPA was offering in previous incarnation would have destroyed the web, fractured DNS and the underlying security... such as it is... The question will not go away, but how it is eventually implemented will be the subject of much debate.