In a video, the Electronic Frontier Foundation said:
While the public is shut out of the negotiating process, private corporate interests aren’t. In particular, big content industries are spending ginormous amounts of money lobbying to convince policymakers that more aggressive and draconian copyright laws will lead to more innovation, more creativity, and more jobs. But in reality that just isn’t the case.
Copyright encourages innovation to a point, but if licenses last too long or cover too much territory, copyright starts to stifle innovation—not to mention fun.