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Diritto ed Informatica: Diritto Internet

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Definition The two moral rights which are most relevant are: * The right of identification, sometimes referred to in international treaty contexts as the ´right of paternity´. In effect, this gives authors the right to a credit or by-line, or to none if they choose; and it protects against mis-identification of a work. * The right of integrity: in UK law this is diluted to the ´right to object to derogatory treatment´.
Definition source (Jw)holder
Context More sensible courts have rejected this result, holding that framing of a lawfully acquired copy is not an adaptation of the work [...] The latter result was reached in part so as not to create a new moral right of integrity that would give an author control over how a lawfully owned copy of a work was displayed. Although such moral rights are recognised in some parts of the world, they are not part of copyright in the United States.
Context source (Jw)burk
Subject field Law
Comprehensive concept copyright
Related concept copyright holder, property rights
it diritti morali
Reliability code 3
Note Usually in the plural.

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