These shiny ARM based devices with Linux and no source whatsoever are built for countries which do not enforce copyright.
I can not do anything about that.
What I want is not to find for sale in the high street product containing stolen software, what I am asking is that those products are removed from the shelves.
For that I would need a lawyer against the shop.
They are competing against a potential "good guy" who would try to do it the right way, and who would obviously have higher costs.
They really please the hardware compoments sellers because they sells more without having to release specs.
Even a source code drop would help: the linux state would have been very different with a source code for wireless drivers, video drivers,... that they are using on these devices - but that is probably the main reason why they can't release the source.