When there’s talks of actually changing copyright for the better, the industry’s side is always the one that’s listened to, as if the industry is the only one that matters.
There are no users and no artists at the table. The public consultations, even if overwhelmingly pro-change, are generally discarded when it comes to reform. Somehow, culture is regarded as something only the industry creates, edits and uses. Even if this is incredibly far from the truth.