okay, i'm officially going to stop making predictions, this is like the third time in this arc i've been dead wrong.
Anyhow, about the SOPA/PIPA, as the Washington Post has reported, it's been shelved. With good reason, it lost majority support after the protests, but it's far from dead. It'll come back either after elections are over, since the politicians know that if they tried to push this through right now they wouldn't be returning to office after this term. That or it'll go the same route as the HSA (homeland security act), the HSA was "shelved", but then when congress went into recess it was passed with the few delegates still in session. I'm banking on the latter being the situation. Sorry guys but no amount of protests are going to effect the politicians on capitol hill. They only care if it could possibly be an act that could get them impeached before their term is up. Other times they are just riding the rail, since after they serve their term they can retire and collect pension paid by the taxpayers.