Greenpeace video removed from YouTube following copyright claim

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.


Greenpeace video removed from YouTube following copyright claim

« First | previous | Displaying 681 to 688 (of 941) | next | last »

NSPCC website refresh leads to big rise in child abuse reports

NSPCC has reported an eight-fold increase in users of its online helpdesk for suspected child abuse following a major website revamp.

Green party candidate clones RAF Trust website

The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust received an unwelcome imitation when Green Party candidate Kevin Lister cloned its Air Tattoo website in an attempt to deter visitors to the show.

Charities Security Forum launches mentoring scheme

The Charities Security Forum has proceeded with plans for a mentoring scheme to enhance knowledge and practice across the non-profit sector, particularly at the smaller end.

Children's charities welcome Facebook 'panic button'

Facebook has bowed to pressure from campaigners and included the option for a ‘panic button’ on UK users’ homepages, allowing them to report inappropriate behaviour to the child protection watchdog CEOP.

It is vital that the voices suggesting the change are heard by the ears that need to hear it and until we understand and map that cross functional landscape, collaboration remains purely an aspiration.

» Sector needs a 'data manifesto', says leadership review

GOSH and Sightsavers lead the way in online legacy fundraising

Great Ormond Street Hospital and Sightsavers have been named as the best exponents of online legacy fundraising, but there remains more to do for many other charities.

Ensuring a successful software implementation

Niroo Rad outlines the best approach to selecting a software vendor, organising an implementation project and carrying out that implementation on time and on budget.

Vodafone gives charities 100 per cent of SMS donations

Vodafone has become the first mobile phone operator to commit to passing on to charities 100 per cent of donations via its text message services.

First aid charity addresses PCI DSS with network monitoring solution

St John Ambulance is tackling the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard by implementing a new system designed to monitor the security performance of its network.

« First | previous | Displaying 681 to 688 (of 941) | next | last »


Search the Directory


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