A new and better copy[rite] law would be extremely simple to do. It woul be very hard to accept accurately separating the human moral rights and the legal RITES used to monopolize profits made due to these original creations.
The fundamental human right to control original communications is closely related to the fundamental human right to protect honor. The need to prevent lies about prior communications like "he-said she-said" troubles or the moral human right NOT to be repeated inaccurately by rumor(s) and/or lie(s).
This human right to prohibit lies was first attempted to be preserved with a rite to protect book printing. Artists of original material surrender the natural right to prevent "he-said she-said" claims because the original physical creations can be copied exactly. Inaccuracy was no longer an issue except for distortions.
This means artists no longer had the human right to repent or challenge repetitions of original creations or communications the artists latter retract or repent for creating. See Robert Oppenheimer's use of, "I am become death, destroyer of worlds", or Chapter 11 verse 32 from Bhagavad Gita thought to be written around 5,000 years ago.
The first "English" copy[rite] or 1710 "Statute of Anne" was copied nearly verbatim in the U.S. Copy[rite] Act of 1790 where lexicographer Noah Webster USED the U.S. Second Congress to coin his Americanization of the copy ritual or rite as [sic] "copyright" for his Americanization of a word first used in England by Sir William Blackstone in chapter 26 of "Rights of Things" circa 1766. This new U.S. law was an official "misspelling" of the compounding of "copy" and "RITE". This copy of the English RITE did not protect the fundamental human RIGHT to protect abuse of reputation caused by abusing original creations that existed first in England in 1734.
The human right to control USE of original communications would not marginally protect original communication but would protect attribution for these. The U.S. moral RITE to protect original communications was ruled no not apply online by a culturally senile porn addict.