I can't think of one tangible item that does.
Any and everything that is copyrighted?
Music and movies in particular are very protected. The only reason they aren't blocking used Blueray and CDs is because that would make piracy worse.
The TV/Movie industry and the recording industry are both counting on their media being 100% digital soon anyway and music is already there pretty much. Then you won't be able to trade it away, share it, etc. So that's another reason they aren't pushing it on physical media though obviously they could.
It's not as easy to pirate console games without modifying your console at a financial cost and the cost of not being able to use your console online to keep it from getting bricked. They know they can do it and all the consumers will do is bitch and moan for a while but will still buy their product.
Developers know piracy happens on PC but they also know once people buy the game on Steam, Origin, etc there is no trading it. The lack of a secondary market on PC makes the piracy sort of a wash.