The ONLY reason people are buying this bundle is BECAUSE its by a small no name developer and the pro piracy and free everything on the internet groups are supporting them to try and get their message out that it would work if every game company/music company did it.
Nope, I don't care about the true things you said, and even less about the non-true things.
I cared about getting what looked like great games at a great price. I'd never heard of any of the games from the last two bundles, but my kids liked the trailers so we bought the packages for Christmas.
A more troubling difference is between scanning for copyrighted material and scanning for material that is being illegally transmitted. After all, copyrighted doesn't mean un-sendable, un-uploadable, un-downloadable, etc.
You're only hurting music when you do that, as you reduce the ability for labels to take on risk and have venture capital for new bands.
Actually, the biggest pirates are also the biggest spenders. For instance, I regular pirate Walking Dead and AHS episodes, because they're not available when I want them. Otoh, if the music or episode is available to purchase when I want it, I'll buy it.
Pirating isn't about saving money, it's about saving time/effort.