The heinekenmusic.ie website is a mashup that aggregates... oh, I'll let them tell you themselves...
The use of aggregated Third Party Content may only be done in compliance with the authorisation or license granted by the respective right holders. We respect the intellectual property of others. If you believe that material over which you have rights has been reproduced or used in such a way as to constitute an infringement, you should contact the Third Party Content host." (cut and paste from their terms)
It appears that it's not their fault if they breech your copyright but the fault of your content host... sorry, run that by me again. That sounds a bit like "don't blame me for stealing your priceless ming vase, blame your house for not keeping me out."
Surely this is not an acceptable defense to blatant, systematic and deliberate infringement of the intellectual property rights of many content creators whose work is all rights reserved and yet is being displayed, for commercial gain, on this web site.
If you look, I did, many of the images from flickr that are being pulled into the mashup are All Rights Reserved, but of course, this abuse of IP rights is not their fault, it's flickr's fault.
I really, really, really want someone to sue Heineken for this one... the law clearly needs to be clarified.