Greenpeace video removed from YouTube following copyright claim
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Greenpeace video removed from YouTube following copyright claim

14 Jul 2014 | Alice Sharman
Tags: Films | Law

A campaign video by Greenpeace against Lego’s relationship with Shell has been subject to a copyright claim by Warner Brothers forcing its temporary removal from YouTube.

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