Excerpts from internet.ietf-822: 8-Feb-93 Ed Taft (Adobe) on MIME use..
Larry Masinter(_at_)parc(_dot_)xero (3264)
3. The first use of the PostScript trademark in any context (the MIME
specification or any MIME document) must be accompanied by the
following statement: "PostScript is a trademark of Adobe Systems
Incorporated which is registered in certain jurisdictions." Presumably,
this can appear as a comment in a MIME document.
Does this really mean something like the following:
Comment: PostScript is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated which is
registered in certain jurisdictions.
(Note that the disclaimer is long enough to require a multiline comment.)
Or should the comment be in the Postscript data itself? Either way,
there's no good way to guarantee that it is there and will be preserved.
If a gateway strips off a comment header, can the gateway operator be
sued by Adobe? If a word processor produces PostScript that doesn't
have such a comment, and someone sends it as a MIME body part, who gets