I propose building a network of proxies which transmit encrypted data 24/7. If nobody's downloading then they transmit random data so the ISPs are unable to tell if you're actually downloading anything or not.
They aren't useful for backup either. Hard disks are cheaper and easier to handle, and often last longer.
The only reasonable use for DVDs is for when you need to send a couple of GB to someone with a slow or capped internet connection.
Spelling aside, you are also factually incorrect. There are a number of different legislative methods used in the EU, but in none of them does the Council of Ministers initialise the procedure.
Depending on the type of legislation, it's either
SABAM, a Belgian company representing writers, composers and editors, established in 2004 that users of an Internet service provider called Scarlet Extended SA were illegally transferring files. A Belgian court ordered Scarlet to install at its own expense a system to make that impossible. But the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled Thursday that this would require monitoring of all electronic communications of all of Scarlet’s customers, infringing on their rights, and violated EU law.
The "cutting edge" is getting rather dull. -- Andy Purshottam