Can a pornographer have "moral rights"? Can anyone actually argue in favor of a pornographer's moral rights, with a straight face? Yes indeed!
Under universal copyright law, even a pornographer has the moral right to inviolability of their textual discourse. Yet film censorship law in contemporary Australia is such that the pornographer's rights are indeed being violated, in defiance of UN decree and the Berne Treaty. The Integrity of Aberration is a hypothetical abstract examing the circumvention of copyright law by censorship and classification procedures in Australia: can the pornographer's "moral rights" trump even the outraged and offended religious pressure groups that determine censorship in the Land Down Under?
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Published December 4, 2010
History, Political & Social Sciences, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy.