Commentary

179 Duration of moral rights and moral rights in revived copyright works

ENTERTAINMENT AND MEDIA vol 15(1) commentary, music industry documentation
| Commentary

179 Duration of moral rights and moral rights in revived copyright works

| Commentary

179 Duration of moral rights and moral rights in revived copyright works

The right to be identified as author or director, the right to object to derogatory treatment of a work, and the right to privacy of certain photographs and films continue to subsist for so long as copyright subsists in the work1. The right not to have a work falsely attributed continues until 20 years after the death of the relevant person2.

Moral rights are exercisable after 1 January 1996 by the author of a work or the director of a film in which revived copyright subsists3. Where the author

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