What rights Copyright comprises?

Copyright is a branch of intellectual property. The owner of copyright in a protected work may use the work as he or she wishes, and may prevent others from using it without her/his authorization. The Copyright also regulates the economical and moral rights derived from the production of an original work. The economic rights allow the owner of rights to derive financial reward from the use of his/her works by others. Economic rights include the right of reproduction, rights of public performance, broadcasting, communication to the public and making available and the rights of translation and adaptation. Moral rights include the right of attribution, the right of paternity and the right of integrity. It means the right of being recognized as the author of an original work or a particular form of human expression.