| Commentary

9 Beijing Treaty: moral rights and economic rights

| Commentary

9 Beijing Treaty: moral rights and economic rights

Independently of the economic rights granted to them under the Beijing Treaty, performers are entitled to moral rights in relation to their live performances and to performances fixed in audio-visual fixations and specifically the right to be identified as the performer of the performance except where omission is dictated by the manner of the use of the performance, and the right to object to any distortion, mutilation or other modification of the performance which would be prejudicial to the performer’s reputation, taking into account the nature of audio-visual fixations1. The term of

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