Rights Off List

traffic-light-stopThe full list of competitions and appeals that fail to comply with the Bill of Rights are listed on the Competition Notice List. For some of the organisations running failed competitions we have created a detailed 'Rights Off' report which can be accessed by clicking any organisation name in the list below. Each Rights Off report gives some information about the organisation concerned and how the T&C's of their various competitions affect your intellectual property rights. Just click on any organisation to see their Rights Off report. Each list title below shows the organisation's name, country, and status (government, charitable or a non profit organisation). Note 't/a' in the title means 'trading as'. 

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126 National Audubon Society, USA, NonP 4934
127 National Museum of Singapore, Singapore, Gov 4750
128 National Railroad Passenger Corporation t/a Amtrak, USA, Gov 4871
129 New York Times Company, USA 5458
130 News Corporation t/a The Australian, Australia 4720
131 News Corporation t/a The Sun, UK 4579
132 News Corporation t/a The Times, UK 4691
133 North Dakota Department of Agriculture, USA, Gov 4840
134 Oregon State, USA, Gov 5282
135 Panasonic Corporation, USA 6668
136 Pentland Group plc t/a Speedo, UK 5092
137 Peterborough Environment City Trust Our Changing Environment, UK, Cha 4674
138 Philippine Charity Sweepstake Office, Philippines, Gov 6881
139 Photo Laureates, USA 4765
140 Photoways Group t/a Photobox, France 5128
141 PQ Blackwell, New Zealand 5145
142 Prisacom S. A., Spain 5339
143 Procter and Gamble t/a Duracell, USA 6037
144 Procter and Gamble t/a Wella, USA 5306
145 Red Bull, Austria 6438
146 Reed Elsevier t/a Focal Press, Netherlands 4994
147 Royal Commission on the Ancient Historical Monuments of Scotland, SCO, Gov 4720
148 Royal Horticultural Society, UK, Cha 5404
149 Rutland County Council, UK, Gov 4834
150 Samsung Group t/a SOAphoto, South Korea 6859

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