If you are a content creator and you can't make a living, then do something else. There are many jobs I would like to do for a living, but I wouldn't get paid enough (or at all) so I do something else, it is quite straight forward. In fact if this bill goes through I will probably be put out of business (the whole hosting industry in this country will probably be collateral damage) so I will in fact do something else, thanks.
Of course it is a shame that people copy content without paying for it, but it isn't really a problem compared to the problems of other businesses, and certainly not worth breaking something as important as the internet over.
Shops for instance rely on physical goods. It is illegal to steal them, and yet this still happens. Shop owners spend a lot of money on physical security, and insurance in case things get stolen, and yet still don't campaign for the right to have people stopped from going near their shops (i.e. some form of imprisonment) without any proof of actual theft. When comparing "theft of intellectual property" to actual theft it is clear that the content industry has it easy, and this bill is only about alleged infringement, not actual infringement, to make matters far worse.
But now we have an industry that has relatively few problems demanding that the internet is damaged for no good reason, and the people using the internet should pay for this expensive whim. I say no good reason because (1) no one has proved file sharing is actually bad for said industry (2) the industry seems to be doing well despite the global recession, and (3) the only point that really matters: no one has proven that the content industry is more important to more people than a free and open internet.
I can live without TV, without films, without music, and it really wouldn't bother me. If all those industries disappeared overnight then fine, so long, and thanks for all the fish. The internet, however, improves my quality of life so much (as well as providing my income) that I would gladly keep it over the entertainment industry.
Liberty is more important than entertainment.