Greenpeace video removed from YouTube following copyright claim
News

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.

Share

Greenpeace video removed from YouTube following copyright claim

« First | previous | Displaying 673 to 680 (of 941) | next | last »

Website review: www.norwood.org.uk

Web expert Mrudula Kodali runs the rule over the website of learning disabilities charity Norwood.

Charity Commission opens consultation on online plans

The Charity Commission is seeking views on its plans to place all its services online by 2012, a move which is part of the Commission’s efficiency savings measures.

Give as you learn: E-learning at the Salvation Army

Gareth Jones hears how e-learning advocate Valerie Maddock has revolutionised the Salvation Army’s staff training.

O2 makes text donations free for charities

O2 has become the second mobile operator to pledge to deliver 100 per cent of all text donation value to charities in a move which could signal an industry-wide shift.

Hopefully there is a handy recycling bin somewhere for this report which pays little attention to sector views, or indeed the ethos of the sector.

» Have your say on the Hodgson Review: a quick poll

'Are these my feet?': Understanding Big Society

New IT blogger Andrew Samuel attempts to get to grips with the Big Society concept and reveals one volunteering event which greatly helped several charities improve their web presence.

Puffins get equipped with sat nav

One of the things that has always set birds aside from humans is their navigational ability, migrating thousands of miles each year while we land dwellers fiddle with our maps or get sent the wrong way yet again by irritatingly unreliable satellite navigation systems.

Small charities singled out for praise in online accounts

Smaller charities were praised for their constant innovation in presenting their accounts on the web, at this year’s ICAEW’s online accounts awards ceremony last week.

Save the Children signs £1.3m ERP deal

Save the Children has signed a £1.3m global deal with UNIT4 Business Software for an ERP platform encompassing finance, project costing, billing and procurement.

« First | previous | Displaying 673 to 680 (of 941) | next | last »

Directory

Search the Directory

 

The Civil Society Directory is a comprehensive and effective resource for finding organisations and people in the sector.