Well, if you want to give your creations away, that's fine, release them under the appropriate copyright licence.
Consider if a music artist records a song, lets say on CD only just so they can't be accused of putting it on the internet. What if somebody makes an mp3 of that song, and puts it on the internet. Now we have a situation where the person who has the right to put it on the internet DIDN'T put it there, but according to your "everything is free on the internet" model, everyone is now legally able to have a copy for free.
You don't think content creators should be allowed to try and get money in return in these circumstances? If not, this would imply that you think that anyone, creating any kind of content... film, music, software... should never be paid for their efforts, as the second they release it, since it becomes inevitable that it will be released electronically over the internet in pirated form.
You don't think this might make people less likely to want to create original content?
Sorry, but I think you're kidding yourself.
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