(a) the right to create new stuff;She toys with calling this collection of natural rights intellectual rights or information rights, but notes that both terms lack a certain zinginess.
(b) the right to experiment with & learn about existing stuff, gathering information and exploring the world;
(c) the right to communicate information and ideas; and
(d) the right to receive information and ideas.
These concepts square very keenly with our objectives here at Right to Create -- itself a term we'd lend to that purpose, but it only really encompasses (a). If you have any ideas for a really good term, you might want to join the discussion at Derivative Work.