You realize when you register something, you're supposed to give the Library of Congress a copy so they can verify if it's been infringed. If you want to give them a copy of all your emails, go right ahead.
People are only going to bother with copyrighting stuff they feel needs a copyright - i.e. something they hope to make a profit on or at least consider worthy creative works.
I'd rather have some rules regarding abuse of the system than a mandatory fee, esp. since fees have a tendency to keep increasing over time.
And there's no reason the whole system can't be mostly automated.
Copyright will never be the sole motivation for creation, just like I don't buy a car so I can have car insurance. Copyright is supposed to be protection for something the creator feels is worth protecting. Most creations are not worth protecting.
That decision will be left to the consumer, who will not only have to pay for the content, but pay to have it sent to them, and pay for the privileged of looking at it, on top of paying to have access to the internet. See how good this is for business and jobs.
People have been boycotting RIAA companies since around 2004 and it hasn't changed a thing. You'll never get enough people boycotting to make a change, because it's just music and people don't care enough.
Bush was actually president for 8 years and did things worth blaming him for. It would be one thing to blame Obama for things he actually did, but the "but Hillary!" people are just deflecting attention away from Trump's inadequacies.
Except when you had fewer series doing more episodes, you're dealing with a smaller pool of talent (the same actors, the same writers) dominating the market as opposed to many shorter series employing a wider range of talent. A single show with 100 episodes isn't the same as 10 shows with 10 episodes. I'd rather have the 10 shows both as a viewer and as a business.