I’m so tired of it.
The software industry—other than a few special cases—figured it out decades ago.
The RPG publishers figured it out about five years ago. (Don’t get me started on Wizards of the Coast and this issue.)
The music industry figured it out three to five years ago.
Seriously? Why are we even talking about this anymore? Piracy is not the problem you think it is. The pirates weren’t going to pay you anyway. Copy protection doesn’t work and doesn’t help you make more money. Overreaching legislation doesn’t help you make more money and probably won’t work either. Just make a good product, charge a fair price, and concentrate on the business you’re winning instead of the business you wrongly think you’re losing.