Currently, makemkv is a closed solution, but it works and I don't currently have to pay for it on Linux, and I speculate in part because the Blu-ray players have Linux, for which I spend time with on a daily or hourly basis helping the community. But no matter how tough you lock something down on a computer, you're still going to need peope police to monitor the trail of bread crumbs.
Personally, I think there could be an open source makemkv program and the material would be just as secure, too also include those exploiting copyrights would actually be caught.
It's all about will power when finding the correct solution.
Also, unless you make mistakes while you're young, you're likely bound to make them later in life, costing you extremely more money later in your future to resolve. As such, we need police to run around playing catch & release with the youngsters. It's their job, and not the Movie industry to enforce. In the past ten years, the industry seems to have become wanna be cops, instead of letting the real police do their jobs. And as such, they're likely loosing money, especially in the long run. Let the police do their job, and the movie industry do there's. File a complaint when somebody's violating the copyright measures, and trust in God as not everybody you file a complaint on is a criminal and considered defamation or slanderous by law. Work against the fundementals, and you get no further as God (or your religion) will not let you. (Sorry, written in first person. ;-)