Adobe users revolt over updated terms of use

Terms give company the right to “access your content through both automated and manual methods”

Penny Horwood
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Photoshop and Substance 3D users now required to provide Adobe with unlimited access to their content, and even opt-outs can be over ridden.

Adobe is facing a very public backlash after pushing out changes to its terms and conditions. Users are being forced to provide the company with unlimited access to their projects, including tho...

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