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e-right ‎(plural e-rights)

  1. (law) A right of a person in the context of electronic media and communications.
    This new legislation aims to protect the e-rights of citizens.
  2. (copyright law) The right to publish a given work in electronic form.
    I sold the magazine rights to the story, but not the e-rights.

Usage notes[edit]

  • Rarely used in singular form.