If you read a few comments up you'll see that we're talking about someone who advocated for stealing CD keys. It's not a matter of figuring out whether the company has produced a bad product.
Regarding Steam DRM, you're conflating two separate things: one thing is DRM, the other is the ability to get your games back in case of hard drive failure. Most such services will give you this ability regardless of DRM. Good Old Games, for example, allows you to get your games back and has no DRM. The Humble Bundle makes DRM optional, but provides this ability regardless of whether the game is DRMed or DRM-free. There are more examples.
"On your head" is a phrase which is generally only applied to negative actions, and is associated with feelings of guilt. So rescuing a busload of orphans is not something that would be described as "on your head," since you should feel no guilt stemming from such an action. Tying a shoe is also not something which a person would or should feel guilty about, so that too would not be described as "on your head." The person posting above, who was advocating in favor of stealing, was trying to suggest that it was somehow righteous. I disagreed.