If SOPA is passed, it is obviously going to cause a lot of trouble for sites such as those part of the Stack Exchange network.
Being a European resident, I'm thinking that, if SOPA becomes a law, moving your business out of the US and stop using .com/.net/.org/etc. addresses for your site should make it available for internet users outside the US, even if it becomes censored in the US.
Am I right in this? Or are there technical implications of SOPA that I don't understand? Obviously I realize that US based internet companies would like to remain US based and that there are economical elements to SOPA, but if you were to consider this question from a purely technical viewpoint, will SOPA affect non-US users of sites based outside the US not using .com/.net/.org/etc. addresses?