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On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 5:13 PM, George Herbert <george.herbert at gmail.com>wrote:
> Used relative to copyright law, the term unambiguously means what Mike is
> saying, the rights that Europe (and others) have assigned to actual authors
> distinct from copyright owners etc.
If you look at the context in which I used the term "moral rights", I think
you will agree that I used the term properly to mean rights which are not
based on social conventions.
Mike said "(I ask for the "legal distinction" because you are articulating
your concern in terms of what you purport to be violations of your legal
I replied: "Actually, I'm purporting them to be violations of my moral
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