I understand that software written during a employment/contract with a Company belongs to said Company (e.g. they hold the copyright to software source code and other IP produced during the course of the employment/contract).
The question is: how about moral rights to said source code/IP, specifically the right to attribution? More specifically:
- Is developer allowed to attribute himself to certain projects he worked on during the employment/contract?
- Can company prevent him the attribution, e.g. listing of the projects (project name, duration, level of contribution) on his profile/CV?
- Are moral/attribution rights granted by law and can they be waived by a contract?
- Can company use any other means (e.g. the NDA) to prevent attribution?
Thank you for your help.