Aha! Now *I* have a strategy!
Since it has been adequately demonstrated that publishing copyrighted works enables violation of copyright, I propose to file suit under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act against the RIAA, MPAA, Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo, Google, and anyone else I can think of for knowingly, willingly, and deliberately enabling circumvention of copyright.
After all, if the copyrighted works were never published, copyright could never be violated! This is logic so simple that even a politician can understand it.
I will, of course, demand damages of a mere $500 per violation - and of course, one "violation" is equal to one track on a CD, vinyl record, or cassette tape (no one would eve copy tracks from an 8-track cartidge, so they're exempt), one title on a DVD, one file on a computer, or one Web page or link on a Web page, whichever is greater.
I think this will come to roughly US$50,000,000 per Windows PC...
I may even settle out of court for one percent of the statutory damages. After all, I can afford to be generous.
Damages to be paid to the EFF, of course.