Copyright is designed to protect the ‘economic rights’ of copyright holders. In comparison, moral rights protect the reputation and integrity of creators.
So while the Copyright Agency manages copyright, and monitors the reproduction and communication of works, it does not monitor the moral rights of its members.
As a creator, you retain your moral rights even if you do not own the copyright in your work. Moral rights can only be held by individuals, so corporate entities and organisations cannot claim moral rights in a work. Find out more about moral rights here