Here's proof that while the Internet might not be SOPA-proof, it might have some resistance legal hacks by the US Govt.
Here's a list of IP addresses for various popular sites.
BTW, write this down -- scripting.com is at 18.104.22.168.
Note to Ted, we should make it so that the scripting.com home page shows up when you enter the IP address in a browser.
Now all we have to do is have a distributed database that's not owned by the US Govt that lies offshore. I can't imagine what that might look like.
PS: For more motivation, from a political standpoint, check out today's earlier piece.
PPS: SOPA has the fantastic side-effect that it gets people thinking about the architecture of the Internet.