Thin end of the wedge
The objective in copyright lobbying at the moment is to bring about a change whereby governments become responsible for pursuing infringement cases, rather than it being up to the copyright holders.
Personally, I wouldn't cooperate with the copyright lobby on anything, ever, specifically in order to force them to start selling stuff I want, rather than the current situation where they're trying to force me to buy the crap they currently offer.
Once, the public wanted to buy vinyl records and the these companies sold them vinyl records. Now we want monthly subscription download/streaming services, and they're still trying to sell us vinyl records.
If the copyright lobby can't get its shit together to sell me a product I'm demanding from them, then I'm going to continue to keep trying to deal with individual artists on an individual basis, despite the difficulties this causes for me, because I'm quite content to refuse to pay for a product I don't want.
tl;dr: Refuse to give these bastards anything, ever, until they work out that the best course of action is to sell things people want instead of suing people who won't buy those things.