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dysti wrote:i think these type of designs are covered by the liberal interpretation of the 1st amendment covering satire. as long as it's not a direct reproduction of IP you can get away with it. can anybody verify this notion?
"To be sure, the requisite level of creativity is extremely low; even a slight amount will suffice. The vast majority of works make the grade quite easily, as they possess some creative spark"
As long as there is proof of a creative spark you are protected. It's all about what will hold up in court. Andy Warhol painted soup can labels. You could draw a silly nose on the Mona Lisa and argue your case for it.
Woot won't let me have a cool signature