Moral rights1 embrace a number of rights which, unlike copyright, are personal in nature. The author of a copyright literary, artistic, musical or dramatic work, or the director of a copyright film, has the right, in certain circumstances, to be identified as the author (or director) of the work2. Likewise the performer of a qualifying performance3 has the right, in certain limited circumstances, to be identified as the performer of the work4. These rights cannot be infringed unless they have been asserted in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 19885.
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