Moral rights are personal rights that connect the creator of a work to his work. Moral rights originate in the French droit moral and are often described as the personal rights of the author or creator of a work. Often, in a contract, the author “relinquishes” moral rights instead of licensing or transferring them. That makes much more sense, but it's likely that a European court won't enforce it either.
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A corporation, sometimes called a C corporation, is a legal entity separate from its owners. Corporations can make a profit, pay taxes, and be held legally responsible.