If you want to see the ultimate in the "entitlement" mentality of the old record labels, check out this report of a Finnish indie label posted an angry rant to its website threatening that it won't sign any new artists until the government somehow stops piracy
. Good luck with that plan. Let's see if anyone actually cares. You basically have a business, that refuses to adapt, insisting that it will now go out of business unless the government somehow does the impossible and stops market forces from doing what they do. The proper response is to just let the label go out of business. If it can't adapt, then it should die. Simple as that.
What's really unfortunate, of course, is that I just got back from Norway a couple months ago
, and was so impressed with the optimism and enthusiasm from various folks in the music industry around the Nordic countries (including quite a few from Finland). Apparently, the folks from Lion Music didn't attend that event.