"How To Speak Australian"... did they suggest substituting "dribble" for "drivel"? Or maybe it was onomatopoeia - the sound of his firm's reputation dribbling into the loo, complete with its down-under drainwater swirling, of course, in a counter-clockwise direction.
"... benefit from the value of some copyright-protected cultural goods and services without ever paying for using them..."
"Copyright-protected" - that would be, ummm, the entire website, right? I've benefited from visiting websites "without ever paying for using them", so I guess I'm guilty as charged. Stick my fiber connection into the guillotine, Madame!
The American Automobile Association publishes a brochure about vehicle maintenance issues in sandy, dry, dusty climates. Traitors! If not for that pamphlet, all IS vehicles would be dead and disabled in great heaps across the desert, and the terrorists would be defeated!
And they had cannons, not just muskets. No relevance here.
This speaks to intent. And since, practically speaking, their ciphers couldn't be decoded by unintended recipients of their day, the encryption was equally effective as ours... a relative measure of strength.
"The framers" believed in shielding communications from prying eyes when necessary, just like most of us.