There is an easier way
There is an easier way, that will teach ticket touts a lesson they will not forget in a hurry. Alright, it will require a little effort, and maybe even some small amount of misery. But, you know, nothing as bad as your parents' or grandparents' generations had to endure fighting for the rights we seem happy to piss away.
If you want to put a ticket tout out of business, all you have to do is: Not buy tickets off them. It's as simple as that. Let them spend a fortune on buying all the available tickets to a gig ..... Then, when the day of the event rolls around, leave them holding so many worthless pieces of paper.
It doesn't require the passing of any new laws, and therefore it doesn't carry the risk of introducing any unintended consequences. It does require you to make an effort, and to miss a gig by your favourite artist. But it's still really not much, compared to the effort that was required to secure things like votes for women, paid annual holiday, no death penalty for property crimes or any of the things that people living in a civilised society can take for granted.
You will have to sustain yourself throughout the missed gig by imagining the priceless expression on the poor ticket tout's face, as the opening time of the concert approaches and his fear of being left without a single sold ticket becomes an inevitability and his dream of getting rich becomes a nightmare.
All you have to do is not pay the prices ticket touts are asking. You don't even need to stand outside the venue with placards, banners and a brazier, calling other concert-goers scabs. (But it's as good a way as any of getting on the TV news, if you are really bored.)
But unless you are prepared actually to do something, then the ticket touts will have won.