I agree with Beamer on this one. Yes, while there are some implications that could possibly spell some trouble down the road in terms of what this ruling means as legal precedent, I don't classify cyber cafes on the same level as regular gamers and events (as I've said in the past).
Listen, folks, cyber cafes are a business. They are a business, unlike LANs, that make steady money in an established location off of other people's products. And if you expect to base a business off of some imagination that you'll receive free handouts for the rest of your life, I say you've done poor planning.
Were Valve to go after npo's or LAN parties I would have something different to say on this, but all I see is a business earning money renting off someone else's product. Should we be surprised? They need to get over it and find a way to survive.