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There are many software applications that are not included in Fedora due to incompatibility with our licensing guidelines of including only legally unencumbered Free and open source software. You can find a list of the common ones with brief explanations at the ForbiddenItems page.
Please see Legal/Licenses.
There is a Bugzilla tracker bug named FE-Legal. If a package review ticket is blocked by the FE-Legal tracker bug, this means that the person who set the block believes that the package raises an issue under Fedora's Licensing Guidelines or other aspects of the Fedora Project's legal policies.
Package reviews blocked by the FE-Legal tracker bug cannot be approved or imported until the block is lifted by Fedora Legal.
The Trademark Guidelines
These are the guidelines that protect the Fedora name and brand.
Certain restrictions may apply to Fedora Project releases.
Legal Guidelines For Fonts
Open Legal Issues
Issues that have been allotted to the Fedora Legal team for expert advise are available from the FedoraLegalIssues page.
If you have any legal questions that can be discussed in public, post to fedora-legal-list . If you have any private legal questions send a mail to legal AT fedoraproject.org. This is taken care of by TomCallaway