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Old 12-28-2018, 01:29 PM   #11
groucho
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I would say "Bo Knows" as seconded by Steve.
Unless your IT gatekeeper has a law degree and a specialized practice, just stick to what everyone in the graphics business oddly seems to think it proper. You MADE A LOGO you are now entitled to USE THAT LOGO whether you shoot stats of it, or pass around vector art of the logo, which no longer contains "fonts" in any useable form.
If you still can't sleep at night, then buy the vendor the font. Ask you IT guy (why waste money on a lawyer?) just what he thinks the damages could be if the copyright owner actually DID file a complaint. (Hint: any real IT guy knows what "zero" means.)
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