When you spend your hard-earned money on something, it's automatically yours – it does not always work that way, especially in Adobe's "small universe." Over the years, many people have used old versions (or even pirated versions of software company applications, so how expensive the latest programs can get)
But last week, Adobe made a strange move suspended their previous versions of their Creative Cloud apps such as Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, Premiere, Animation, and Media Director, even sending emails to their subscribers, reminding them that they are no longer licensed to use the above-mentioned apps
Before a few days Twitter user named Matt Rozak shared a copy of the letter he received from the company As mentioned in the email, the company warns its clients about potential legal actions and proposes to upgrade to the latest versions
"We recently suspended some older versions of Creative Cloud apps and a result, under the terms of our agreement, is no longer licensed to use them. Please keep in mind that if you continue to use the discontinued release (s), you may be at risk of potential third-party infringement claims.
I just received an email from @Adobe that I am no longer allowed to use the software I am paying for. Time to cancel my subscription, I guess.
Share plz. May 10, 2019
While the company did not want to go into a minor issue, AppleInsider reported that the official The Twitter company account mentioned that the sudden announcement was caused by a "continuing trial". Third parties include any person or company who may claim copyright infringement or other intellectual property violations due to your continued use of unauthorized products, "explains Adobe Customer Care in a series of tweets.
Companies, AppleInsider, quoted that last year, the US Dolby Labs Corporation filed a lawsuit against Adobe.
Apparently graphic artists, designers and illustrators are most affected by the sudden decision. And in the light of the latest news, it seems that Adobe subscribers do not see the issue lightly.
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