The root problem is that in the U.S., corporations and their lobbyists are allowed to write laws which the Congress then passes, hence the section of Copyright law known as the DMCA (Digital Millenium Copyright Act).
Earlier this year a federal court in New York, acting in response to a complaint filed under DMCA provisions by AACS-LA*, issued an injunction that required among other things that the DVDFab internet domains be blocked and that payment processors cease providing services related to the sale of the product. All social media accounts were also closed. The case is grinding its way through the system.
*AACS-LA is a consortium of technology and content companies that includes Intel, Microsoft, Disney, Sony, Toshiba, IBM, Warner Bros., Panasonic and other enemies of Fair Use.