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Copyright protection for works

Copyright protection for works is understood as the protection of personal rights and property rights of authors and owners to their own creative and owned works.

Moral rights of works

The moral rights to works are rights attached to the author who directly creates the work, such as: naming the work; putting a real name or pseudonym on the work; being given a real name or a pseudonym when the work is published or used; publishing the work or authorizing others to publish the work; protecting the integrity of the work, not allowing others to modify, mutilate, or misrepresent the work in any way that is prejudicial to the honor and reputation of the author.

Property rights of works

Property rights can be understood as rights that create actual commercial value for the owner of a work. These rights include: performing the work in public; copying the work; distributing or importing originals or copies of works; transmitting works to the public by wire, radio, electronic information networks, or any other.

In cases where the free use of works is permitted includes:

  1. Copying one copy for the purpose of personal research and teaching;
  2. Citingthe work without misleading the author’s comment or illustrate in his work;
  3. Citing of works without falsifying the author’s intention, to write newspapers, use in periodical publications, on radio and television programs, and documentaries;
  4. Citingworks for teaching in schools without misleading the author’s intention; not for commercial purposes;
  5. Copying works for archiving in libraries for research purposes;
  6. Transcribing words into Braille or another language for the visually impaired;
  7. Importing copies of other people’s work for personal use.

 

Acts of copyright infringement

  1. Obtaining copyright for works
  2. Pretending to be the author.
  3. Publishing and distributing works without the author’s permission
  4. Publishing and distributing works with co-authors without their permission
  5. Correcting, mutilating, or distorting the work in any way that is detrimental to the author’s honor and reputation.
  6. Copying a work without the author’s or copyright owner’s permission, except in the cases specified in Points a and dd, Clause 1, Article 25 of this Law.
  7. Making a derivative work without the permission of the author or the copyright owner of the work used to make the derivative work, except for the case specified at Point i, Clause 1, Article 25 of this Law.
  8. Using a work without the permission of the copyright holder and without paying royalties, remuneration, or other material benefits as required by law, except in the cases specified in Clause 1, Article 25 of this Law.
  9. Leasingthe work without paying royalties, remuneration and other material benefits to the author or copyright owner.
  10. Duplicating, reproducing, distributing, displaying, or otherwise communicatinga work to the public via media networks and digital means without the permission of the copyright owner.
  11. Publishing the work without the permission of the copyright owner.
  12. Intentionally rescinding or invalidating technical measures taken by a copyright owner to protect copyright in his or her work.
  13. Deliberately deleting or changing the electronic rights management information contained in the work
  14. Manufacturing, assembling, transforming, distributing, importing, exporting, selling, or leasingequipment knowing or having reason to believe it invalidates the copyright owner’s technical measures to protect the copyright of their work
  15. Making and selling works where the author’s signature is forged.
  16. Exporting, importing, and distributing copies of works without the permission of the copyright owner.

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