Technology not the problem
The problem is society's ridiculous hamstringing of creative production (ideas, science, books, art, music, video etc) by way of copyright, when the technology is there to satisfy the fundamental human need for total access (potentially at least) to all the latest and greatest information in whatever format. This of course applies to all info that is immediately and "infinitely" reproducible.
Capitalism is a most efficient obstacle to this necessary development of our productive resources. No longer advancing humanity's understanding and control of its own destiny in any way shape or form.
The remuneration of creative people is a rich world problem that could be solved very quickly with a society run cooperatively in everyone's interests, ie socialism, a workers state. A combination of peer review and public judgment (direct and indirect) would distribute weighted income or privileges to those considered most creative, useful, popular etc. A bit like the Tour de France with its huge range of prizes for a huge range of different excellences.
None of this would be as difficult as the calculations and judgments being made every day within the big corporations - the most thoroughly planned economies known to humanity. The only difference would be the democratic public insight into the decisions and the resources available and the use made of them.
So business secrets and copyright would become a thing of the past, downloading or other forms of access to creative work would become expected, and keeping the latest developments hidden for reasons of private greed or political expediency would be crimes punishable by community service of various kinds.
(Paris cos she's hardly interested in hiding business secrets or productive resources...)