I don't subscribe to the “mission accomplished” view of Free Software - that it's all over and we won. Microsoft still ships mostly non-free software. Google's services are mostly non-free. There is no public source code for Gmail or Google Search afaik.
There is more Free Software than ever, but it's also more difficult than ever to live without running some amount of proprietary software. It's an ongoing struggle between the user who just wants to do their own thing and people who want to leverage their power over others using technology as the means.
So the names and technologies may change, but I think this is an eternal struggle - or at least for as long as authoritarian personalities and capitalism lasts.