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My understanding is No. The page view cap is there to gain further money for Adobe if you need more page views. It has absolutely nothing to do with bandwidth or foundry licensing. Adobe has plenty of servers and bandwidth to serve everything and they are the foundry. Adobe would see embedding a Typekit font, with anything other than their own embed code, ...


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As someone who is an amateur designer but frequent purchaser of professional work I would like to offer an answer from the buyer's perspective. I say this with the utmost respect for the design profession and with sympathy to your present situation as I know it's painful to work without being paid. I know I am putting my reputation points at risk with this ...


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I did some more research on licensing and came across the following: Can I use Typekit web fonts for anything other than a website? No. Our web font license requires that the fonts be added to a website with the Typekit embed code. If the website or web app is viewed in the browser (either on the desktop or on a mobile device), it's covered by ...


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After all I wrote a message to the legal project lead of Creative Commons Germany. The summary of his answer is: As there are no central registries, the best you can do is taking a screenshot where the image and the corresponding license are clearly visible. This is usually enough to prevent or counter legal issues and you do not depend on any third ...


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I'm not a lawyer, but I don't think you need to prove that you got the images from the CC source. Even if the owner published them under multiple license agreements, you likely only need two things to be true to be covered: You need to be able to demonstrate that the images were licensed using CC (but not necessarily prove you got them there), and: You ...



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