The term moral rights is a translation of the french term droit moral and refers not to morals as advocated by the religious right but rather to the ability of authors to control the eventual fate of their works. Moral rights typically include the right to the integrity of the copyrighted work the right to publish anonymously or under a pseudonym and the right of attribution moral rights are different from the economic rights rendered by copyrighting. By nicholas wells in the world of intellectual property specifically copyright moral rights are a special set of rights that are owned by the author or creator of a work by virtue of their role as the author or creator. Moral rights are personal rights that connect the creator of a work to their work moral rights are about being properly named or credited when your work is used and the way your work is treated and shown
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