Chapter II Software Copyright
Article 8 Software copyright owners shall enjoy the following rights:
1. The right of publication, that is, the right to decide whether or not to make their software available to the public;
2. The right of authorship, that is, the right to indicate the creators identity and to sign their names on their software;
3. The right of alteration, that is, the right to add or delete the elements of their software or to alter instructions or expression sequences;
4. The right of reproduction, that is, the right to make one or more copies of their software;
5. The right of distribution, that is, the right to supply the originals or copies of their software to the public in the form of sale or gift;
6. The right of rental, that is, the right to license other persons to use their software temporarily, except where their software is not the key subject matter of the rental;
7. The right of dissemination through information networks, that is, the right to supply their software to the public in the form of wire or wireless, in order to make the members of the public to obtain their software on the time or in the place selected;
8. The right of translation, that is, the right to convert their original software from a natural language into another; and
9. Other rights that shall be enjoyed by software copyright owners.
Software copyright owners may license other persons to exercise their software copyright and shall have the right to accept compensations.
Software copyright owners may, wholly or partly, transfer their software copyright and shall have the right to accept compensations.