3. Drop copyrights. Sorry, but copyrights are clearly an unenforceable construction in the digital age.
If that means businesses that relied on copyrights to make back their investment will have to instead find a new funding model, so be it.
Wait... you want to do away with copyright altogether?
Just think of all the "new funding models" that will be available:
I could write a sequel to the Harry Potter books. If I had been really quick about it, I could even have rushed out a sequel right after she had written the first book, but before she was done writing her second book. I could call it Harry Potter 2: Forbidden Lust and use her cover art from the original publication without paying for it!
Or maybe I could just take the text of Harry Potter and resell it under a new name, maybe Harvey Bowler and the Wizard's Rock!
For the cover art for Harvey Bowler, I'll just go online and find the coolest pictures I can find and use those. I won't have to pay the original artist for them at all! What a deal!
I could turn Harvey Bowler into a big budget movie. Fortunately, I won't have to pay any musicians to write music for it, since I can just take whatever music I want from anything else. There's this great artist who did a song I love that would be perfect for the end credits. I can use his music for free!
It's so obvious! Completely abolishing copyright is the only solution that makes sense! Let's do it!