Economic rights affect your ability to make money off of your work. According to the Copyright Act section 106 these rights include:
If a work is digital (either digitized or it was born digital) a second set of rights are available called “digital rights” or “e-rights”:
-U.S. Copyright Essentials, Lesley Harris www.copyrightlaws.com
While only available to Visual Artists in the United States, moral rights are available to all creators in other parts of the world, and it is good to be familiar with them:
A visual art, as defined by Section 110 of the Copyright Act:
Painting, drawing, print, or sculpture, existing in a single copy, in a limited edition of 200 copies or fewer signed and consecutively numbered by author. In the case of a sculpture, in multiple cast, carved, or fabricated sculptures of 200 or fewer that are consecutively numbered by creator. A still photographic image produced for exhibition purposes only, existing in a single copy signed by author in limit of 200.
Moral Rights include:
The purpose of this guide is to provide resources and information for resolving copyright questions. This research guide does not supply legal advice nor is it intended to replace the advice of legal counsel.