"Visit any random website and chances are the website expects
your machine to have a set of fonts which have become the de-facto
standard on the Internet. The fonts being Arial, Times New Roman,
Courier New and so on. While it may not be illegal to install these
fonts on a Linux machine, they are propritery and are owned by
Microsoft. And Microsoft does not licence third parties to
redistribute these fonts--a reason why you don't find these
commonly used popular fonts installed in Linux by default.
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