3. The right of approval over the reproduction and format of our creative property.

This is my suggested wording change. I prefer "approval" over "full control" in this instance because it’s possible for both publisher and creator to agree on such basic matters as size, shape, printing process and pagination before the project is even begun. Unlike disputes over writing and art, these are matters that can be handled at the contract stage. If, while work is already proceeding, a creator or publisher wants to make change in format, then agreement by both sides would be necessary. In the original draft of the Bill, a thirteenth right governing advisory labels was added. I’ve omitted it here, as I think this heading covers it well enough.