Commentary

203 Performer’s moral right not to suffer derogatory treatment of their performance

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

203 Performer’s moral right not to suffer derogatory treatment of their performance

| Commentary

203 Performer’s moral right not to suffer derogatory treatment of their performance

The performer of a qualifying performance has a right which is infringed if the performance is broadcast live or the performance is played in public or communicated to the public by means of a sound recording and the performance is distorted or mutilated or otherwise modified in a manner that is prejudicial to the reputation of the performer1. The right is subject to a number of exceptions. It does not apply in relation to any performance given for the purpose of reporting current events2. It is not infringed

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