Radical media fail

Activists protest Radical Media's offices after receiving cease and desist letter

Image: Jim Killock

Protestors staged a demonstration outside the Radial Media London office after receiving a 'cease and desist'. Radical Media - a PR agency - claimed that the Radical Media Conference, to be held in late 2011 by various activist groups such as Red Pepper, infringed its trademark.

For more information on the Radical Media Conference click here.

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