You don't have a right to make money off of something. That's not a right any more than me being able to use the something.
What happens to be their right is the right to control the production and distribution of a protected work such that you can attempt to make money off of it.
People need to quit painting it as if it were a right. This is the excuse RIAA and MPAA use to push for more and more draconian crap and it's what the DRM pushers use as an excuse to fob more evil crap on everyone in the vein of "protecting" their "right" to make money off of all of it and grabbing more than they were entitled to.
The gaming industry as a whole, with a couple of exceptions, has stopped using starforce and learned that that copy protection as low level as that isn't a smart move.