In addition to copyright, photographers also enjoy the moral right to have their photographs identified as being taken by them.
YNET, the Internet portal of Yediot Aharonot, used an archived photograph from 1975 of the attempt to establish a Jewish settlement in Sebastia. The photographer, Moshe Milner, was not attributed. He filed a complaint with the District Court and received compensation of 12000 Shekels, with the judge accusing Yediot Aharanot of being in that area between intent and innocence that is characterized by laziness, closing one’s eyes and acting rashly.
I believe the image concerned, is the one shown above. Showing Rabbis Hanan Porat (Z’L) and Moshe Levinger.