| Commentary

201 Performers’ moral rights generally

| Commentary

8: PERFORMERS’ MORAL RIGHTS

201 Performers’ moral rights generally

Following the accession of the United Kingdom to the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty and the coming into force of this Treaty, the United Kingdom implemented legislation giving effect to its treaty obligations to provide moral rights for performers in the form of the Performances (Moral Rights etc.) Regulations 2006 which came into force on 1 February 20061. The Regulations provided for performers to enjoy two moral rights in relation to their performances, namely the right to be identified and the right not to have their performances subjected to

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