The powers that be always seem to be looking for their lost revenue in the pockets of the music / movie fan (i.e. me and you). And our pockets are empty. Maybe if they checked the pockets of the people who we all are paying $50-$100 (or more) a month to access the internet at home and on our phones, they might find where all that 'music/movie money' of the past is going to now. By the time we pay for life's necessities (like rent and food), if we have any money left over for spending on entertainment, of course we're going to pay the $50-$100 a month for unlimited access to all forms of entertainment (albeit, not always legal access) instead of 1 DVD, 2 movie tickets and a couple CDs. And internet providers know what we can access on the web, so they charge us at a rate that is more or less equal to what might have been our 'pocket money' of the past. So we end up paying them to access content that they do not create, and not only do they get all of that money (and the content creators get none of it)… but we have no money left to directly support those things that we like (as we've already been tapped dry to have the access to find out about it).
Piracy is happening because we are all broke. And if they keep trying to fight piracy by shaking us upside down and hoping some money falls out, then it is going to go nowhere.