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Pantone asserts that their lists of color numbers and pigment values are the intellectual property of Pantone and free use of the list is not allowed; however, copyright law does not support such a claim. This is frequently held as a reason why Pantone colors cannot be supported in Open Source software such as GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) and are not often found in low-cost software.