Intellectual property, royalties and copyright
We protect your creations in all areas
The creator of the work can prohibit or authorise its reproduction, interpretation or public performance, its recording, broadcast by any means, translation or adaptation. The author has two types of rights: moral rights over the work and the property rights or economic exploitation over the work.
- The moral rights cannot be waived or assigned and the author is able to require, at any time, their acknowledgement as author. They can also decide whether the work can be disclosed, modified, etc.
- The economic rights can be assigned and are all those that serve the economic exploitation of the work: translations, theatre adaptations, public exhibitions, changes of format, etc.
The new areas of creation are also protected by authors’ rights, meaning that computer programs (software), Websites or Internet portals, etc., can be registered.
The author can be an individual, a collective of authors and even an individual who works for a company. The documentation needed to access registration depends on the type of author and the format of the work.