No I do not.
I feel Clay Shirky says it best. His video majorly touches on SOPA and PIPA, but it also touches on a much, much broader subject.
STOP ACTA/SOPA/PIPA! - Clay Shirky (TED Talk) - YouTube
I've had a slight twinge about it, then the RIAA toss a lose claim of $75 Trillion for lost profit at Limewire. (Apparently the RIAA settled for the smaller sum of $105 Million after they made themselves look stupid)
The US Olympics Committee attacks an online community of knitters and crocheters for using the word "Olympics" claiming Trademark infringement, unfair competition and dilution of a famous trademarks. (I don't know how the Greek word "Olympics" can owned and I can't see how the USOC can claim Trademark Infringement of an internaitonal symbol. (Olympic symbols - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
The the bunk about Funnyjunk attacking The Oatmeal, demanding compensation for material it stole and their lawyers suing the American Cancer Society and National Wildlife Federation. (Case No. 4:12 cv 3112 DMR, Charles Carreon v. Matthew Inman; IndieGogo Inc.; National Wildlife Federation; American Cancer Society; and Does [Does are as-of-yet-unnamed defendants])
To finish my post, s2cut also makes the excellent point that we are indeed sharing, the old business model is exactly that, "old".