You can always leave the backbone. Reintroduce something like FidoNet (i.e. low bandwidth text-based) and SOPA becomes irrelevant.
That would at least allow for greater freedom of speech, even if you couldn't watch all the junk on YouTube on it.
Not to say the Powers That Be wouldn't try to over regulate that as well.
But at least they could no longer claim the prevention of digital piracy and copyright violations as their primary justification for doing so.
Never underestimate a pirate's ability to abuse things to distribute whatever they please. Wasn't the newsgroups all text based? Didn't the pirates post a ton of small plain text messages that when put together with the right software result in things that were not plain text (audio, video, executables, images, etc)?
What would stop them from repeating that? And once they did, what would stop big brother and the **AA's from repeating what they did to stop them?
I hate to have to say it, but the only end to the madness is for the consumer to take control and put the companies that support and cause the madness out of business so they can't do any more damage. They can't lobby lawmakers once they file for bankruptcy and their assets are liquidated.
This means a change in buying habits, shopping with the ethical companies, buying only independent music from non-RIAA labels, using freeware/donationware/open source/shareware from ethical developers and being willing to support it so the small guys can grow and take the place of the big guys that are destroying everything.
We all have to be willing to do the work to change the world if we ever hope to change it. It's not just enough to want better, we have to do better, or we will never have better.
And it will never work with just a few of us. A handful of people doesn't have the kind of buying power that is needed to accomplish it.