[XeTeX] Arial and Times New Roman license?

Keith J. Schultz keithjschultz at web.de
Tue Dec 22 21:18:14 CET 2009

Hi There,

	My question would be is emdedding the fonts in a pdf
	considered distrubuting the font. I would think not. 
	Naturally, someone could probably extract the fonts in a pdf,
	but by enbedding the fonts I am not giving them access to use them
	on thier machine.

	Besides most have Arial and Times New Roman on thier machines 

Am 22.12.2009 um 11:59 schrieb Kārlis Repsons:

> People,
> looking with otfinfo at the files of those fonts (which eneded up in my Linux 
> without requiring me to accept anything) show me what is in the attachment. 
> Among other things it states: "You may not copy or distribute this software"! 
> But I'm not sure what is the real, effective license of it? Monotype Imaging 
> Inc. EULA as found at http://www.fonts.com/Legal/EOT_Eula.htm? (the provided 
> license URL is dead).
> So what is it, do I really have font distributed with Linux or through some 
> package management system, which explicitly says, it can't be distributed?!
> <output-times.txt>

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