If it makes copyright maximalists unhappy, I'm for it. Copyright is a social contract: for a limited time you get a better ability to market your works, and when it's over it's over and the works are part of the common culture. As it had been immediately for the 10,000 years before copyright was invented.
Eternal copyright breaks the deal, indulging the creator in the fantasy of eternal profits but delivering instead consignment to eternal anonymity amongst a global forgettery where newer works are more profitable but older works can be locked away forever until they are lost to memory to make room for the new. This is not delivering the social good - progress - that was promised in the deal. A deal is a deal.
Each year we are cheated out of ever more due us under the deal. We did not agree to this and we will not comply!
"Write what should not be forgotten." - Mother Teresa