There is little that anonymous can do as it regards to this. To be honest, this new measure is really not as overreaching as it may seem. It's not breaking any moral, or ethical principles, but will rather crack down on practices that do infringe on the law.
The fact that there is so much outrage over it shows just how common place this practice is, and in the eyes of the government and the corporations will only reinforce their reasons for doing so. Though, one could argue that the punishment, and certain aspects of the measure are unjust.
Okay let me debrief you all on this July 1st thing.
1. They are mostly tracking *******s. There is a possibility they won't even find people who directly download.
2. There are plenty of ways to download anonymously. I recommend "Tor", a program that masks you. There is also a website called myipswitch.com that, when you log in, encrypts & redirects your IP address to so many alternate locations it'll make your provider's head spin.
3. Do NOT attempt to download stuff from wifi hotspots like Starbucks or food courts or something. Every computer has a unique ID and when you connect to wifi, you leave a fingerprint.
4. There is a Russian proverb: don't run ahead of the bus (sort of). Don't start freaking out before we even know what's going on.
They're propagandizing to make this seem extremely serious, when in reality it's very iffy. They're basically making downloading like sex: don't do it frivolously, and if you do, use protection.