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"Copyright" depends greatly on where a company is based and laws in any particular region. Whether or not something can be copyrighted depends greatly upon where the copyright is being filed. In the US, generally you can copyright how something is presented or displayed. However, simply because something is copyrighted in the US, that does not mean any other ...


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You can not patent graphic design generally. What you get instead is copyright. While i would like to say that copyright and patent right are mutually exclusive that's not entirely true, though it is broadly speaking true. There is also a middle ground in some jurisdictions that is a "design patent", which has different names in different countries. This ...


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You can probably* use all of the fonts that were pre-installed on your PC/Mac for any purpose - commercial or otherwise. These pre-installed fonts are licensed by Microsoft/Apple for use on computers for any purpose. However, fonts are certainly copyrightable, but that means you can't redistribute the font files in most cases. It doesn't mean you can't use ...


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