The author of any original literary or artistic work of the mind shall enjoy, by the mere fact of its creation, an exclusive incorporeal property right in the work which shall be enforceable against all persons.
Independently of his economic rights and even after assignment of such rights, the author of a work shall have the right to:
– claim authorship of his work, in particular the right to have his name affixed to copies of his work and, wherever possible and in the usual manner, in relation to any public use of his work;
– remain anonymous or use a pseudonym;
– oppose any distortion, mutilation or other modification of his work or any other action derogatory to it where such action might be prejudicial to his honor or reputation;
– decide whether or not to disclose his work.