Title: Copyright
Category: /Law & Government/International
Details: Words: 2074 | Pages: 8 (approximately 235 words/page)
'How do 'moral' rights differ from other rights in copyright legislation?' Within this essay I shall be looking at the differences between 'moral' rights and other copyright rights contained in recent legislation. Namely there were three such moral rights that were introduced into the UK copyright law for the first time in the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 . These were, the right of Paternity, the right of Integrity and the right of privacy in …showed first 75 words of 2074 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 2074 total…altered in any such way that the purchaser saw fit. Even though they have nothing to do with morality in the pure sense of the word itself. They have everything to do with protecting the moral issues that arose before they were in place. A creator of a piece of work should be realised as the original author, and their work should not be changed in any way that would effect their honour or reputation.

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