So, do you have a law in mind, to remove or add, in the legal code?
You have a problem with something, right?
I am not sure you spelled out the exact problem.
I have a problem with far too-strict copyright laws. I wonder if you feel that the laws are fine, but they are not used by enough people - who "invent something" - so as to prevent others from further development & refinement which at times leads to (sigh) money being made.
Roughly 100% (99%+)of writings, art, and music are lost forever
That is the bigger problem, by far.
But as for copyrights:
Issues of "fair use" need a total revamp.
There is a high expense for getting permission to reproduce a cut of art, in a book. There should be a progressive fee, depending on the book genre, profits of book, educational value, etc. The lucrative fiction novel industry should probably be taxed to fund certain serious non-fiction types of work (scholarly books require an army of experts tut o produce, and there are few people who are interested in purchasing the product).
The copyright should expire much sooner than the law has it, now.
Perhaps proper credits should accompany reproductions.
Nothing stops YouTube from collecting advertising dollars.
There was an issue, for a trailblazer music site. NAPSTER, over making sure music artists got royalties. That site charged for music downloads.
Required advertising for reproductive of certain works, can guarantee revenue for copyright holders.
There should be a way to ensure the public access, and that assurance should be the main issue. Revenue collection could be an issue, but the rights of the public to be informed should be the immediate priority. Then the secondary revenue issue comes, but it is a distant issue in terms of importance