There is no such thing as a 'creator', the only thing you can expect in a system that is set up by humans is to agree to a set of rules.
If these rules are followed by the institution that is the government, then individual rights are protected, since government does not take steps to oppress the individuals.
If these rules are not followed by the institution that is the government, then the individual rights are abused by the collective that set up that institution.
Rights do not exist between 2 individuals or between an individual and a business because there is no legal framework, within which one individual can legally abuse and oppress the rights of another individual. There is no legal framework that makes it possible for a company to oppress an individual.
All interactions between individuals and companies can be governed by a completely separate codex, we describe it as the criminal codex, where actions that are taken by an individual or a company against another individual or a company are considered criminal.
One individual murdering another individual does not fall under the purview of an 'oppressed right to life', that is nonsense, since legally both individual have the same rights and have no legal authority over each other. A case of murder falls under a section of the criminal law.
We do not need government at all and if we skip the entire step of having a government then the entire concept of rights stops being relevant, since there is no higher authority than an individual but we will have to set up some form of criminal law and criminal justice system but this has nothing to do with rights.
A right to own and operate private property is the lack of authority of a government to steal that property, which is why 'no action is required' to ensure that the right is not abused.
Ownership and operation of private property cannot be considered 'a right' where it comes to interaction between 2 individuals, since to 'provide' such a right somebody would have to enforce it. Instead we can agree on a set of criminal laws that punish theft and damage to private property, possibly some fines in case of property damage / theft and harsher punishment that will have to be doled out in case of murder and such.
In order to maintain a criminal justice system no government is required and it is a separate discussion, but I am going to say that for a person who is supposedly pro-individual freedom you are displaying a certain lack of understanding of the reality and of meanings of these concepts.