> Originally, the license was the GPLv2 with the Free Software
> Foundation's standard font embedding exception (which specifies that
> embedding the font in a PDF or similar document does not make the
> document itself a "combined work" triggering the GPL). However, Red
> Hat subsequently appended additional clauses to the license covering
> trademark and intellectual property concerns, and included a custom
> anti-Tivoization provision.
This is not correct. The license was GPLv2 with the font-embedding
exception and the additional clauses from the beginning. This was a
result of Red Hat's agreement with Ascender.