The license you get, when you purchase a piece of software, generally does not include making copies or redistribution or resale.
No one's disputing this fact. I'm saying that after 30+ years you should be able to.
Morally, I agree with some licensing is overly restrictive. If I buy a dvd and effectively own 1 copy of a DVD, for my own personal use at home, it makes sense to back it up as a lossless file on a HD. However, if then I'm adding it to a Plex server and family members are streaming it...at that point, I feel like I'm violating the license, morally and legally, as it clearly forbids public exhibitions of the work. Especially if two simultaneously stream it.
Why? Technically that's no different to two of you watching the movie together?