Moral Rights under Copyright Law

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Copyright is a bundle of rights that is primarily an economic right. What happens after you have assigned, ...
Copyright is a bundle of rights that is primarily an economic right. What happens after you have assigned, either wholly or partially, the copyright in your work to someone else? Does that mean you have lost all your rights in the work that you have created or still have some form of ownership in it? The answer to this predicament lies in the concept of 'Moral Rights.' It means that even after the ownership in work has been transferred or assigned, you have the right to claim authorship of the work and retain the work's integrity.
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