Moral Rights

Example Definitions of "Moral Rights"
Moral Rights. Rights to claim authorship of a work, to object to or prevent any modification of a work, to withdraw from circulation or control the publication or distribution of a work, and any similar rights, whether existing under judicial or statutory law of any country or jurisdiction worldwide, or under any treaty or similar legal authority, regardless of whether such right is called or generally referred to as a "moral right."
Moral Rights. All rights of attribution, paternity, integrity, modification, disclosure and withdrawal, and any other rights throughout the world that may be known as or referred to as "moral rights," "artist's rights," "droit moral," or the like.
Moral Rights. Any right to claim authorship to or to object to any distortion, mutilation, or other modification or other derogatory action in relation to a work, whether or not prejudicial to the author's reputation, and any similar right, existing under common or statutory law of any country, province or state in the world or under any treaty, regardless of whether or not such right is denominated or generally referred to as a 'moral right.'
Moral Rights. Any rights of paternity, integrity, disclosure and withdrawal and any other rights that may be known as or referred to as "moral rights"
Moral Rights. All moral rights, including the right of attribution of authorship, the right not to have authorship falsely attributed and the right of integrity of authorship, as defined in the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth).
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