I do not believe in natural rights, but according to US IP law that is your right. It is great concept, but it has been exploited and lobbied into a pipeline delivering value to shareholders. It is also increasingly outdated; with the internet allowing instant and free distribution of an unlimited supply of media, industrial publishing enterprises are no longer necessary to disseminate media. In fact, many corporations are working towards the opposite end (as can be seen in the OP), pouring resources into actively hampering distribution, often of media they themselves do not have interest in distributing. Publishers should publish, not prevent those that do. Of course, I don't know how one would go about patching IP law in such a way that still protects creators and publishers, while also protecting non-profit distributors from unfair lawsuits. Maybe it's impossible. Regardless, this kind of slash-and-burn litigation against superior non-profit services is messed up.