You say 'entitlement crowd' as if it were some sort of heinous crime to expect the internet to work the way it was designed to. It is the ultimate information distribution platform, you can write something today and have billions of people reading it tomorrow if it is worth reading. But before the internet blew everything out of the water, you had the public library - an institution specifically created to enable anyone to be able to access written material and more for no cost, i.e. giving people entitlement to literature, music and film. For some reason, society thought that was a noble goal, to facilitate universal access to knowledge! Funny thought, right?
But no, we would rather hamstring the biggest revolution humanity has come up with since the wheel, for the sake of keeping the bastard parasite publishing industries in business, businesses that only exist because of the difficulty involved making actual physical media gave them a choke point to sit on and dictate who gets to be famous. Anyone who dissents should be publicly flogged as an example to the rest of the paying punters. After all, Tom Cruise's pay check has to come from _somewhere_, right?...... Right?
I'm not in the least bit concerned. The next generation will take care of it, ask them if they give a fuck about what happens to people who can't get a record deal or a book deal - ask them in the comments section of their blogs that have hundreds and thousands of subscribers. If piracy means the collapse of Hollywood and the cult of celebrity... then fuck me, we need more piracy. We need it now.