There's been a few discussions on this recently. I'm really interested in the reasons *why* licenses are ignored. How much of this is culprit of well-meaning intuition? The approach of "do not read and click agree" is set by software agreements. The term "to purchase", rather than "to license" a font is ubiquitous. What other standards are setup in society?
As an example…
Once again, someone shares a 28-file high profile font family with us –
it's like unsolicited drug peddling. Is right-click "forward email
attachments" the font analogy to image permissions' struggle with
right-click "copy image"?
All well-meaning as well, they emailed the fonts as a *hope* to help us check for licensing.