One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The right of an author or other creative artist to protect the integrity and ownership of their work.
- ‘If a copyright owner sells the copyright to someone else, moral rights in the work are still retained by the author.’
- ‘The Berne Convention also explicitly gives moral rights to authors of copyright work, a principle written into UK law, through the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act.’
- ‘The French Law of 1957 protects the author's moral rights in almost any creation.’
- ‘Artists attain moral rights by creating work, regardless of the purpose, form, or merit of the work.’
- ‘In addition, copyright law confers certain moral rights including the right to be identified as the creator of a work and the right not to have that work altered detrimentally.’
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