I'm working for Paratype, Moscow. Currently we are in a process of updating our license policy. Here, in Russia, we can protect fonts as "an art
work representing images of letters, numbers and other characters". We have two successful suites against publishing house and major insurance company were we protect the fonts as a graphic and design object. You can check the links and copy text into Google Translatehttp://kad.arbitr.ru/PdfDocument/d57af4e0-543d-47a2-b901-c02088fbee95/A40-20099-2014_20141212_Reshenija_i_postanovlenija.pdfhttp://kad.arbitr.ru/PdfDocument/cbd97a58-ceb3-4834-a004-d01403e3fb6a/A40-14089-2016_20170512_Reshenija_i_postanovlenija.pdf
So in Russian license we firmly state that we license Font (graphic) and Font Software (files which are not actually software, but it's off topic of this discussion).
Once I go West the story became complicated since few countries give the fonts protection as a graphic object. Most of the foundries usу the term "Font Software". Myfonts use both terms with the same meaning.
My question is what term should I use? Or, if I will put "Fonts and Font Sofware" (like "The Licensed Fonts and Font Software are licensed to
you for Use only under the terms of this Agreement") will it looks weird?
Thanks in advance