moral rights

Definition of "moral rights"
  1. Rights primarily recognized in European countries that allow authors to claim or disclaim authorship of a work and object to modifications or use of the work that could harm their reputation
How to use "moral rights" in a sentence
  1. The artist exercised his moral rights by objecting to the modification of his painting.
  2. The author invoked her moral rights to disclaim a poorly edited version of her novel.
  3. Moral rights protect authors from the misuse of their work that could damage their standing.

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