How do moral rights differ from economic rights?

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Moral rights protect the indefinite and unwaivable authorship right of the creator to his or her work, the right to sign the work with the author’s name or pseudonym, and to share it anonymously. They also include the right to maintain the integrity of the content and form of the work as well as its fair use, as well as the right to decide whether to make the work available to the public for the first time and to supervise the way it is used.

Economic rights are the rights of the creator or the entity to whom the creator assigned, licensed, or resold them. They include the exclusive right to use and dispose of the work in all fields of exploitation and to remuneration for the use of the work.

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