Question: What are the consequences if I consent to the infringement of my moral rights?Answer:
Moral rights is the legal obligation in copyright law to attribute creators and treat their work with respect. This means that a work must attribute the creator, must not wrongly attribute a person other than the creator and ensure the work does not do something that may offend the creator’s reputation.
Consenting to the infringement of moral right means you permit a person to be excluded from these obligations. An owner can not completely waive their rights. They can however give consent to particular things that may otherwise be in breach of their moral rights. More detailed information is included in our article on moral rights.