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Should copyright be reformed to focus on revenue, not copies?
Reform copyright to focus on revenue, not copies.
By focusing on revenue, you place all power with the creator, thus protecting the creator - not the company.
The current copyright system is incompatible with a free and open Internet.
By not focusing on copies, sharing files for personal, non-profit use would be a whole lot easier.
By switching to a revenue-based model, services become far more important than any single copy.
This would eliminate the vast majority of revenue from any creative work other than live performances because everyone would just share everything for free online and copyright owners could not stop them
Copyright should be abolished entirely, not reformed.
Focusing copyright on revenues will shape how creators approach their work, making it less about creating art and more about creating content which will generate more revenue.
Copyright is fine as it is, there is no need to change it.
The "big companies" contribute a whole lot more than you think, and therefore it's good that the laws protect them.
Changing the rules like this will hurt a lot of people dependant on those rules.
Free licenses such as GPL and Creative Commons rely on current copyright rules, removing these would also invalidate those licenses.
Should copyright be abolished?
Should copyright die with the creator?
Was the EU right to approve the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market?