Though essentially tautological in it’s structure and delivery, this piece from Forbes is nevertheless of some use to provoke thought, though ironically not necessarily in the direction the author intended. Read it here: The Entire Concept Of Intellectual Property Is Proof That Free Markets Aren’t Perfect.
Now ask yourself if the better answer is to: A. Accord intellectual property protection at the derivative stage as argued by the author; or B. Perhaps to diminish IP protections at the initial stages; and/or C. Increase the scope of Fair Dealing/Fair Use?