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Subject:Re: Fonts and Copyrights From:"Linda K. Sherman" <linsherm -at- CONCENTRIC -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 13 Feb 1998 12:07:49 -0500
Faith Wallis wrote:
> What are the copyrights on fonts? How would I find out about the
> copyrights on certain fonts? We were thinking of making some fonts
> available on our Intranet corporate-wide, but don't want to infringe on
> What would be the "best practice"?
As must as I despise the organization and their heavy-handed tactics,
you might try contacting the Software Publishers Association, which is
the private police force of the commercial software industry. They could
probably tell you what the rules are and how to go about getting the
right licenses. Unfortunately, I don't have their address but I believe
they have a web site.
Linda K. Sherman <linsherm -at- concentric -dot- net>
Lintech Systems, Inc.
Programming and technical communications consultants
Specializing in computer telephony systems
4745 Grand Blvd. - New Port Richey, FL 34652 USA
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