Foundries allowing web usage of their fonts
As the web fonts technologies are still in early development, various type foundries have often different approach to using their fonts with some of the most popular technologies. As the EULA wording is often rather general, this list aims at giving direct answer in respect of individual technologies. Please keep in mind this is still just a guidance and you must observe applicable EULA carefully yourself.
|Foundry||sIFR||Facelift (FLIR)||Cufón||Raw fonts||WOFF||EOT||Fonts as service||Source|
|Dutch Type Library (DTL)||✔||✔||✘||✔||✔||via Press Release|
|Adobe||✔||✔||✘||✔||asked via email|
|Monotype||✔||✔||✔||✘||✔||via Web Type (Ascender)||asked via email|
|Process Type Foundry||✔||✘||✘||✘||asked via email|
|Mota Italic||✔||✔||✔ ||✔ ||Embedding Info|
|Okay Type||✔ ||✘||✔ ||✘||EULA|
|Type Together||✔||✔||✘||via Typekit||TT Webfonts stance|
|Hoefler & Frere Jones||✔ ||✔ ||✘||✘||EULA|
|Commercial Type||✔||✔ ||✔ ||EULA|
|Emigre||✔ ||✘||✘||✘||flash embedding|
|Typodermic||✔||✔||via Fontspring||embedding info|
Remeber it's a wiki - so please feel free to add the info about other foundries - but only if you are 100% sure about it, because e.g. it's explicitely stated on their web or in their EULA.
Foundries, it would be great if you could publish a statement on these technologies on your web, just like Type Together did over here I understand that the table is somewhat tricky, because it may tempt people to skip reading the EULA carefully, so this might be a solution.