You do not have to change your font, I can read and oull out important information. I do read reqs. documents all the time!
Your company is asking you to do the impossible. You can not have script when script is disabled! So that means NOSCRIPT only shows TEXT. Hence why you see text.
To set up a no right click script that meets accessibility guidelines. Here is the easiest way (all other ways are much harder).
Step one: catch three and a half flying pigs.
Step two: feed one of the flying pigs to a dragon.
The dragon will then tell you the rest of the process you need to follow in return for the other two and a half flying pigs.
If instead you are actually trying to protect images on the web page then the prosess is much easier.
1. Take a copy of the image to modify for use on the internet.
2. Reduce the image to the exact size you want to use on the web page.
3. Add a watermark into the image itself advising copright or domain name.
4. Reduce the quality of the image as far as you can so as to make the image unusable anywhere except on the web.
5. Substitute that version for the original.
Now you have copies of the images on the web that advertise which site they belong to and which are poor enough quality that any attempt to remove the watermark should make the quality too low even for web use.
Your site is not going to run any different without this script. If they do not want the images taken, do not put them online. Search google for watermarking images.
The NOSCRIPT element allows authors to provide alternate content when a script is not executed. The content of a NOSCRIPT element should only be rendered by a script-aware user agent in the following cases:
* The user agent is configured not to evaluate scripts.
* The user agent doesn't support a scripting language invoked by a SCRIPT element earlier in the document.
User agents that do not support client-side scripts must render this element's contents.