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    What rights do music performers and phonogram producers have?

    The rightsholders of phonograms receive both economic and moral rights. The economic rights mean, for instance, an exclusive right to reproduce the work and make it available to the public. Moral rights are intended to ensure that the name of the song’s author or performer is stated in accordance with fair practice when a song is played (“right to be named”), and that the work may not be altered or the song played in a way that offends the author (“right of integrity”).