Creative artists, journalists, and others who make their living creating new works of fact, fiction, feeling, or opinion are entitled to be paid for their works. That is the reason copyright laws were instituted a couple of centuries ago.
But a large proportion of copyrights today are owned by transnational corporations speculating upon the monetary value of the works of others. The notion of “rights” is a product of the “Enlightenment” (arguably an exaggeration if not a misnomer), and it applied only to human beings.
The idea that corporation have rights of any kind apart from the rights held by their owners is absurd and flies in the face of all reason. The history of such “rights” is a history of corrupt public officials whose acts were then approved (if they had not previously been solicited) by those who would profit from them.