I agree. However, we should keep in mind that the laws are not always right.
I think the laws in question are wrong, but how to change this I do not know.
The Civil Rights movement of the 1960's is a great example. It was not until the blacks started boycotting that real change got done. You have to starve
the vampire squid. Everyone understands the pocketbook. Governments and banks around the world are scared to death that they will lose control of the medium of exchange in the Information Age.
Yet breathe a word about not paying taxes or about non-compliance, and suddenly people think you're a selfish bastard who doesn't care if the world devolves back to the stone ages.
When enough people both understand
that it's possible to ignore a government to death, and decide
to do so, then change will happen.