In the context of legislation copyright can be divided into two groups: personal non-property rights and property rights.
Personal non-property rights (also referred to in the Berne Convention as “moral rights”) include:
Non-proprietary copyrights are valid indefinitely. In Russia they can only belong to an individual and are inalienable, i.e. they cannot be transferred to another person.
Copyright applies to both published and unpublished works that exist in any objective form:
The copyright objects themselves can be: