I eventually answered to the Public Consultation on the review of the EU copyright rules. As a coincidence, the radio was playing European Super State, from Killing Joke.
One can see in the consultation the picture of an Internet shaped to better control the diffusion and copy of non-free works, and monitor for possible infractions. It is therefore important to answer and remind primacy of the presumption of innocence, and the importance of the respect of privacy.
Nevertheless, I also asked for reducing exceptions of copyrights, because to give a temporary access to non-free works at zero cost has the consequence of reducing the incentive for creating alternatives that can be copied, modified and redistributed freely.