Humans can survive without works, because works is not food to eat, to feed the body, but it is a necessary kind of additives (spices) to add to food. Try to think of food without taste, it will look like? You try to give a little spice to the food, it will be like? It is very attractive and make sure that you have the appetite, even when you are not hungry, compared with not having spice before. Now perhaps, you have seen the necessity of works in everyday life already.

Similar to other products, works must be created and the creator is the author. As the creator of the works, the author will have the rights to his work, which is the copyright. So what is copyright? Copyrights are divided into two groups: group personal rights and property rights, in moral rights group, except for the right to publish the work, have a term of protection is indefinite, whereas the property rights group to have a certain duration of protection, may be 50 years, 75 years, 100 years or other period depending on the type of work. To help you better understand, TRUONG LUAT ® please list below the rights of two groups of rights.

Group personal rights include four rights: To name his or her work; To put his or her real name or pseudonym in the work; to have his or her real name or pseudonym mentioned when his or her work is published or used; To publish his or her work or authorize another person to do so; To protect the integrity of his or her work, to object to any alteration, mutilation, distortion or other modification in any form which prejudice against his or her honor and prestige.

Group property rights include: To create the derivative work; To perform the work to the public; To reproduce the work; To circulate to the public the original or copies of the work; To communicate the work to the public by wire or wireless means, through electronic information network or by any other technical means; To lease the original or copies of a cinematographic work or a computer program.