The GTU are tied to the creation of an AdobeID, which is a free email-address-linked account on Adobe's network. Although you need an AdobeID to use Creative Cloud and purchase subscriptions, it also gives access to a bunch of other things unrelated to your purchases (such as the profiles people can create on the Adobe forums, and 2GB of free cloud storage), so many people have an AdobeID without ever buying any software. The GTU therefore also cover the types of files you can post to Adobe's servers and the limits of acceptable behavior within the network. For example it's perfectly sensible to allow action to be taken against someone using the cloud storage service to distribute war3z, someone who creates an account on Behance with the username "DisneyStudios", or a user who stalks someone via the forums. You'll find the same routes to action in the EULAs for any online service, from Gmail to Office 365. The phrase 'may...' does not mean 'will...'
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oh is adobe now hiring people who do PR on blogs and forums?
i give you a good advice... when your not going to do it... then don´t write it in your EULA.
talk is cheap!! and i don´t believe a single word from a payed salesman.
EULA and user agreements go both ways. With the advent of social media and how pervasive it is most companies are hiring people to explain things that can get blown out of proportion by extracting a few key phrases or clips. The law firm i write patents for has a social media specialist and she is amazing!
Not even worried one bit about Adobe. The social media train goes both ways and I can almost guarantee if they screw someone like this article says they could it would go viral over night, potential hurting their business which is the last thing they want.
In response to the hacker comment made by Forceflow which is an issue, easy solution, Give every CC member a token or app like google authenticator that has a number (6-8 digit) you have to enter at an interval you feel comfortable. Every time you turn you computer on, once a week, once a month etc. The amount of time it would take to hack or get around something like that would not be worth it to any hacker.