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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151 PQ Blackwell, New Zealand 7202
152 Prisacom S. A., Spain 7473
153 Procter and Gamble t/a Duracell, USA 8124
154 Procter and Gamble t/a Wella, USA 7569
155 Red Bull, Austria 9149
156 Reed Elsevier t/a Focal Press, Netherlands 7208
157 Royal Commission on the Ancient Historical Monuments of Scotland, SCO, Gov 6780
158 Royal Horticultural Society, UK, Cha 7513
159 Rutland County Council, UK, Gov 7036
160 Samsung Group t/a SOAphoto, South Korea 9179
161 Scripps Networks LLC t/a Food2, USA 6542
162 Servigroup Hotels, Spain 8049
163 Shutterfly, USA 7560
164 Shutterstock, USA 8251
165 Sinar Bron Imaging, USA 8375
166 SLM Corporation t/a Upromise, USA 7006
167 Small Luxury Hotels of the World Ltd, UK 7304
168 Smithsonian Institute, USA, Gov 8276
169 Sonova t/a Phonak t/a Hear The World, Switzerland 7244
170 St Davids Peninsula Tourist Association, UK 6905
171 Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Inc., USA 7239
172 Stonyfield Farm Inc., USA 7684
173 Telegraph Media Group Ltd t/a The Daily Telegraph, UK 8668
174 The Chartered Institute of Building, UK, Cha 7891
175 The Dairy Council, UK, NonP 8338

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