Original image credit: Atlas Obscura The Print-on-Demand T&C Minefield Over the years that I’ve been hawking my artistic pussy via a number of online Print-on-Demand sites, I’ve had the occasional run in with the legal teams running the sites. It’s all to easy to accidentally infringe one of their terms and conditions as they all have various rules and regulations as to what they will and will not allow; Adult themes, Copyright infringement, Offensive material, Objectionable content, Similarity to existing designs, etc....
[ Read More ]GDPR
25 May 2018
In accordance with the new EU GDPR data protection legislation, Them’s Good Broth would like to assure visitors to this site that we collect no personally identifying information from you —apart from randomly sampling the horrendous flatulence blasting from your ragged tea towel holder and billowing in foetid green clouds around your keyboard-hunched carcass.
This olfactory data is subsequently anonymised and sent off to be analysed for flavour and pungency at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, as part of the European Union’s Euro-Quack research....
[ Read More ]Evil Blood-Suckers
07 Nov 2010
I’m reading Dracula again at the moment and this time I remembered to mark a quote I’ve been meaning to note down, every time I’ve read the book, previously.
First off, as given on several legal advice websites, a description of the rights of bailiffs:
The bailiff cannot enter your house by force, but they can legally enter your property through open windows or unlocked doors, so make sure all your doors and windows are locked or closed!...
[ Read More ]Democracy -Dontcha Love It?!
13 Mar 2005
Nice to see all the main parties falling into line and voting for [albeit with a couple of insignificant amendments] The Government’s new Anti-Terror laws. These were brought in after the senile cunts in the House of Lords actually woke up long enough to realise that the previous policy of allowing anyone suspected of “Being a Johnny Foreigner” er… sorry, I mean of “Planning Terrorism” to be detained indefinitely without charge and without them or their solicitors being given access to the evidence against them was “not very British, Old Chap!...
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