| Commentary

21 Brazil: moral rights

| Commentary

21 Brazil: moral rights

Law No. 9.610 provides for seven different moral rights of an author of a copyright work, namely1:

  1. 21.1

        the right to claim authorship of the work at any time;

  2. 21.2

        the right to cause the name, pseudonym or conventional sign of the author to appear or be announced when the work is used;

  3. 21.3

        the right to keep the work unpublished;

  4. 21.4

        the right to ensure the integrity of the work by objecting to any modification or any act liable in any way to have an adverse effect on the work or to be prejudicial to

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