Azimuth data are in the public domain. You may use them in any manner, including modifying the content and design, electronic dissemination, and offset printing. The author, Richard Furno, renounces all financial claim to the data and invites you to use them for personal, educational, and commercial purposes. The author is not responsible for any problems relating to accuracy, content, and design. No permission is needed to use the Azimuth data. Crediting the author is not required.
The Azimuth data base of the world was developed back in 1983 for Richard Furno's first version of Azimuth, written for a PC to make maps using a pen plotter and a 30" square digitizer. Updated and corrected versions of the data are still used for small maps of the world for The Washington Post, usually a globe to locate a geographic subject.