Moral rights legislation in Australia gives creators and performers of copyright material the right to be attributed, the right to not be falsely attributed and the right to take action if their work is treated in a derogatory manner. The rights came into effect in December 2000. This publication is a practical guide to moral rights for both creators and users of copyright material. It takes a detailed look at the new rights and their practical implications. It includes up to date practical examples, the case law in Australia since 2000 and other recent developments in the application of the legislation in various sectors and the digital environment.
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