Adobe Terms of Use eBlast

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    As a job seeker, do you ever look at the date a position is posted?

    If not, you should.

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Press Expert
Sep 7, 2022
The new terms from Adobe spell out some items of interest for Printers. Here is a shorthand of what the eBlast says:

1. Files found to be illegal or infringing that are uploaded to Adobe user areas will be removed and they are not liable for any losses this creates.
This includes fonts and graphics to which the user claims to have copyright or license.
2. Arbitration of disputes is mandatory.
3. Only AFTER a judge has deemed a single lawsuit is a class action and the 'terms' are invalid can someone claim class action status.

Under the complete terms document we see some additional areas of interest.
(And I just noticed after copying the link that they added a tracking ID to the link - (

1. They have the right to view or listen to any content you upload - for several reasons and through several methods.
2. "You agree that your decision to use, access, or license the Services and Software is not contingent on the delivery of any future functionality or features, or dependent on any oral or written public comments made by us regarding future functionality or features."
3. "We recommend that you back up your Content and Creative Cloud Customer Fonts elsewhere regularly"
4. Those same "Creative Cloud Customer Fonts" can be removed if some other entity claims you don't have a valid license.
5. "4.2 Licenses to Your Content. Solely for the purposes of operating or improving the Services and Software, you grant us a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free sublicensable, license, to use, reproduce, publicly display, distribute, modify, create derivative works based on, publicly perform, and translate the Content."

Thoughts or comments?