There are no government restrictions on access to the Internet.
Individuals and groups routinely use the Internet, including e-mail, to express a wide range of views.
These include English defamation law, the Copyright law of the United Kingdom, In 1998, the United Kingdom incorporated the European Convention, and the guarantee of freedom of expression it contains in Article 10, into its domestic law under the Human Rights Act. The law provides for freedom of speech and press, and prohibits arbitrary interference with privacy, family, home, or correspondence, and the government routinely respects these rights and prohibitions.
Parents are encouraged to review each piece of content prior to purchase or viewing.Since the mid-2000s there has been a gradual shift toward increased surveillance and police measures in the UK.National security concerns, the need to fight terrorism and crime, and issues regarding child protection have resulted in the state introducing extensive surveillance measures over online communications as well as filtering and tracking practices.Redbubble has internal policies and procedures in place to ensure these guidelines are applied in a consistent and fair manner.In applying these guidelines, Redbubble reserves the right to remove a work or close an account at our sole discretion.