Closing today, a poll at The Economist on the motion :
"This house believes that existing copyright laws do more harm than good."
If you want to get really angry, read the proposer's erudite arguments for stripping us of moral and economic rights in our work whilst imposing compulsory registration of all works, so we are anonymised recipients of tax-derived blanket fees fixed and dispensed by, well, who knows who. It ain't your work, it's theirs. Fill in these forms sonny and get back to work.
Notice, with only slight amusement, that The Economist rights-grabs all contributions to the discussion, thereby demonstrating the real problem is not copyright itself but unbounded corporate greed.
Notice, too, that David Lammy, currently reviewing copyright law for government, is a featured guest. No doubt as a politician Lammy will be mindful of the wishes expressed through the Economist's vote. So far 73% support the motion, 27% against.