Authors of the works and the holders of the neighboring rights, shall enjoy the protection of this law in case that an aggression against their rights occurs in the State, namely in the following works:

  1. Books, pamphlets, essays and other written works.
  2. Computer programmes and applications, databases and works analogous to them as defined by a Minister’s decision.
  3. Lectures, addresses, sermons and other works of similar nature.
  4. Dramatic, dramatico-musical works and dumb shows.
  5. Music compositions with or without words.
  6. Sound and audiovisual works.
  7. Architecture works, engineering plans and layouts.
  8. Works of drawing, painting, sculpture and lithography (fabric, metal, stones, wood) and engrave or similar works in the scope of fine arts.
  9. Photographic works and works analogous to photography.
  10. Works of applied and plastic art.
  11. Illustrations, geographical maps, sketches, three-dimensional works relative to geography, topography and architecture designs etc.
  12. Derived works without prejudice to the protection stipulated for the works been derived from. The protection includes the title of the work if innovated and the innovated theme written for a broadcasting programme.