The Neighboring Rights to Copyright are those that protect the legal interests of certain individuals and corporate entities that either contribute to make a copyright-protected work available to public, or that are responsible for creating certain elements that cannot be classified by themselves as a copyright-worthy work, but that express certain creativity or technical and organizational skills sufficient to justify recognition. It is a property right quite similar to copyright, although it evidently has a narrower scope and often has a shorter duration. Such neighboring rights are those conferred to performers, producers of sound recordings, and broadcasting organizations, for example.