While you're on the topic of morals what's your view on the producers endlessly locking up content in copyright, forever milking the customer for every cent they can bare while passing on almost none of the profits to the people who created that work, all the while taking people to court for ludicrously over inflated payouts?
Even if I would be pirating due to financial reasons I would justify it to myself as "doing no moral harm" quite comfortably.
That is not the doing of the producers, rather it is the doing of the politicians. Now ask yourself what did the politicians give to the people when they took away works that should be in the public domain?
I'm all for rebelling against unjust laws, but the truth is that I'll support copyright infringement for an informative work, but not for an entertainment work. One could argue that the entertainment works become culture, to that I answer: when you pirate you are actively basing your culture on non-free works. So the society-benefiting conclusion remains: don't pirate. Just ignore the copyrighted works and base your culture upon ideas and stories that you are free to share.