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naughtybugs.com does not own any designs depicted on this site. All designs are made and uploaded by our sellers. Naughtybugs.com is a print on demand online store which fulfills orders made through our site.

If any designs are matter to a copyright claim please contact us first. We will remove it as soon as possible.

naughtybugs.com is a community built on respect and recognition of artists. We ask, rather we beg, that you remember this when you are posting work on naughtybugs.com. If you make sure that all the works you upload consist of your very own, original ideas and are not infringing on the intellectual property or publicity rights of another, you will help us foster the supportive and creative environment that is naughtybugs.com. AND, besides being counter to all that naughtybugs.com stands for, stealing other people’s work and passing it off as your own is against the law:

There are several international treaties that relate to intellectual property, but the laws are not uniform across the world. However, generally speaking…

COPYRIGHT law protects the expression of an original idea recorded in a tangible form, such as artwork in the form of photographs or paintings and literary works in the form of poems or stories.

TRADEMARK law protects the use of words, symbols, designs or logos that identify and distinguish a source of goods.

PUBLICITY RIGHTS protect an individual’s name, image and likeness. Basically this means you can’t use someone else’s identity, to your commercial advantage, without their consent.

A NOTE ON FAIR USE: You might be able to incorporate someone else's copyright or trademark into your own work, if you do it in such a way that that is considered "fair use" or in such a way that qualifies as another permissible use. However, please be aware that “fair use” typically applies in limited circumstances and isn’t the same as “freedom of speech”. Quite frankly “fair use” is a difficult concept, even for the experts, and the scope of “fair use” is different in different countries. So even if you think you’ve created a work covered by “fair use” or another permissible use, you should talk to an attorney prior to using it in connection with the naughtybugs.com service. While some uses might appear “fair” or permissible to you, we ask that you understand that naughtybugs.com must act in accordance with its Notice and Takedown procedure when a report has been received. Additionally, certain works may be taken down without a specific report being received if we are otherwise alerted or aware of potential infringement issues.

Ultimately, you take full responsibility for the works you upload and display on naughtybugs.com. This is reflected in the naughtybugs.com ToS. Use of the naughtybugs.com website indicates continued acceptance of this Agreement.

So please do us all a favour and if someone has created or owns the rights to a picture, painting, photograph, logo, story, poem or any other work, copyright, trademark or publicity right (regardless of whether it’s an individual or a large global company), obtain consent before you use that work in connection with the naughtybugs.com service. This will help ensure that you don’t infringe the rights of any third party and help us promote an encouraging and inspired environment at naughtybugs.com filled with wit, soul, meaning and aesthetic genius.

REPEAT INFRINGER POLICY: It is naughtbugs.com’s policy, in appropriate circumstances, to disable and/or terminate the accounts of users who repeatedly infringe or are repeatedly charged with infringing the copyrights, trademark rights, other intellectual property rights or publicity rights of others.