Glad to see that the fight against SOPA/PIPA is gaining traction, as individuals and companies are banding together to stop these flawed bills from passing in Congress. I'm happy to say that it looks like Wikipedia will join the protest with a black-out on Wednesday. I hope this will lead to more sensible legislation, and keep the Internet free while opposing copyright infringement -- to serve the needs of all stakeholders, not just Hollywood studios.
This is a complex issue and it's difficult to understand all the ramifications...but if Murdoch is for the bill and Wikipedia is against it, I have no problem knowing where to come down. Google and other internet companies may have other issues to disagree with but I'm thankful that they can add the clout to oppose bad legislation.