The risk of copyright if the programmer fills in the application in the AppStore under a corporate account, but using a personal email?

I'm steering iOS developer. The client painstaking refers to the copyright on the code. Does the customer any risks if I don't use corporate mail when you log into AppleID?
If:
1. My personal AppleID developer is already in the corporate account corporate account loads the application executable
2. Everywhere is displayed the corporate account customer
3. Apple itself is not reglamentary authorship depending on the account, but obliged to fill in the Copyright when you publish an application
4. I'm dealing with the issue of keys to the corporate account, which signs the application and also have access to the app description in the AppStore and testing the product in iTunes Connect

I would like to hear arguments from the point of view of our Russian legislation and in other jurisdictions: USA, Europe, South America.

The use of a corporate AppleID makes a significant complexity to the design, and for example on Android working with Google Developer Console is impossible without a Gmail email. I've also talked to iOS developers from Yandex Mail.Ru, Amazon, Alfa-Bank, Sberbank, Tinkoff Bank – they do not require developers to use corporate email for AppleID. But in my case the experience of larger companies is not an argument.
June 5th 19 at 21:59
3 answers
June 5th 19 at 22:01
Does the customer any risks if I don't use corporate mail when you log into AppleID?
Of course. When the company's work is tied to any personal accounts of the employees are always risks.

Just do not understand how sideways here copyright.
So it ties into personal accounts no, the agent and the admins are AppleID with corporate email addresses - Andre_Rutherford commented on June 5th 19 at 22:04
Well the risk, then the only - the departure of the employee to lose access to resources or lose some resources.
If not - no risks.
Copyright law is generally not concerned. - earl.Weissnat commented on June 5th 19 at 22:07
June 5th 19 at 22:03
Does the customer any risks if I don't use corporate mail when you log into AppleID?


You correctly responded above, copyright and email address (in your case it is your personal data) are legally unrelated. The presence of the email does not indicate authorship, does not provide rights to a work, this is the contact information of the person who posted the app in appstor...

To publish an application such as a Trustee (power of attorney), putting your contact information and it will not mean that the Trustee is the author of... and the same is true for the employee performing the service instructions of the employer, but the worker must act on behalf of the employer and specify the working contact information, otherwise, in the event of disagreement the employer and the employee the latter may be difficult to prove that he had acted precisely within the framework of duty, and not in their personal interests.

Risks can arise for you as you not being the author of published foreign application from your personal account... you have the right to publish?
Did not finish about the risks... the risk to the employer may be that he will not be able to receive messages, letters, or other legally relevant for him to notice, because contact details are not the employer and what it may lead to consequences we can only guess... - Andre_Rutherford commented on June 5th 19 at 22:06
So I do not even publish. In iTunes Connect so arranged that I poured executable file on behalf of the company and my AppleID anywhere externally is not lit, my AppleID only has the role of developer/sales of account of the company that committed these acts. Plus I don't even publish the application, publishes the agent or admin who instituted the corporate AppleID email - earl.Weissnat commented on June 5th 19 at 22:09
June 5th 19 at 22:05
Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer and could be wrong.
Gag: copyright an author has. Even his employer has no copyright, but only the exclusive right to the result of the author's work - intellectual property.
You, as an employee, writing a program, have on the copyright, but can not dispose of the intellectual property because the transfer to her employer.
As a responsible for publishing employee, you can post with your email.
If you have left - such actions are illegal.
I do not see where there are any problems at the customer.
IANAL, TINLA.

Even his employer has no copyright...

Why? Usually has, not all of them, just *property*.

Yes, moreover — just the user (at least free) program also has. Well, let's say you rights to PHP. Right to distribute for a fee or without, to change on their own, redistribute these changes is *more* rights. Just *non-exclusive* all the rest of them, too, possess.

> the result of the author's work — intellectual property.

"Intellectual property" is an oxymoron. - Andre_Rutherford commented on June 5th 19 at 22:08
and you're still a lawyer or so ,smoke came out?
IMHO, you are just one step away from being able to say that my right to make a parody Filya Kirkorov - also "author". - earl.Weissnat commented on June 5th 19 at 22:11
As a responsible for publishing employee, you can post with your email.


if it's designed properly ... ie obtained the written consent of the employer - roger_Blanda80 commented on June 5th 19 at 22:14
or...?
Remind: in this country, "throw-million contract us vot.koza@mail.ru" is one of "de facto standards" document.

What you wrote in your response in any way the rights and other not. It is only the organization of work. Indeed, if a customer contacts linked to the employee who can just quit - it's a mess. But the mess organizational and purely internal. - Andre_Rutherford commented on June 5th 19 at 22:17
the customer mess is not felt, the most used corporate email address. But in the case of the Apple Developer / iTunesConnect all of my interaction happens not in public. I don't even click "Publish" button. This makes the agent or admin, I have no such rights, I make the following:
  • Fill in the application Assembly
  • Download crash report
  • Look at the number of application installations
- arturo_Armstrong43 commented on June 5th 19 at 22:20

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