Adobe's new TOS grants them unrestricted access to anything you create

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Adobe's new TOS grants them unrestricted access to anything you create

Post by Admin » Tue Jun 11, 2024 6:15 pm

Adobe users' pushback forces Adobe to again update its terms of use.


With a recent change to their Terms of Service which lets them “access your content through both automated and manual methods” it had customers seeing red. So much so that Adobe thought it would be best to backtrack a bit. Much of this is driven by AI's insatiable hunger for data.

The backlash on the Internet was massive enough to cause Adobe to come out with another statement trying to placate its users. Letting them know it's not as bad as you think. If you are an Adobe user, we'll leave it up to you to decide if this puts an end to this misstep, or if it's too little too late.

6/10/24 Update:

"We’ve heard your concerns about our recent Terms of Use re-acceptance rollout and are committed to addressing and clarifying them. Read our latest article here to learn about the changes we are making to ensure our Terms are clear and reflective of our commitment to our customers and communities."

Companies changing their terms of use is nothing new, here you can read about a recent Terms of Use update from Roku that caused a bit of a stir.

A clarification on Adobe Terms of Use

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