Re: the truth which dare not speak it's name

2009/7/8 Christopher Slye <>:
> People keep trying to convince
> the foundries that "your font is not really protected because people can
> just un-wrap it". But that is a substantial protection, legally speaking.
> If someone gets on the witness stand and says, "The font was on the web site,
> and most such fonts are free, so I just assumed this one was," then maybe
> that's persuasive to a judge or jury.


So are you supporting "TTF/OTF +and+ EOT-lite" or not? :-)

Received on Wednesday, 8 July 2009 19:21:57 UTC