Corporate Font Piracy In The Global Marketplace(blog.youworkforthem.com)

4 years ago from Michael Young, Creative Director at YouWorkForThem / michaelpaulyoung.com

  • Peter Nellius, 4 years ago

    I couldn't agree more. Font foundries deserve to get paid for their work, but these licenses are all cryptic. A nice readme file bundled with the font could go a long way with clearing up usage questions. It seems a bit unreasonable that the average user of a font should be expected to have legal expertise when it comes to fair usage.

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