Moral rights

The author or creator of an original work holds the moral rights to their work. Moral rights protect the author or creator from anyone altering a work without consent. Moral rights have three components: paternity, integrity and association. Moral rights belong to individuals, including individual employees, and can be waived but not assigned.

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