Adobe updated its terms of service after a lot of backlash

One of the world’s most important software companies Adobehas been attracting a lot of criticism over its “service conditions” for a while.

Adobe recently released its updated terms of service to some users. The company, which did not accept people who did not approve of these new conditions, made the users very angry with the step it took. The most common issue here is The company had a very high level of access to content. The updated and shared article on this subject was as follows: We may access, view or listen to your content through both automated and manual methods only where permitted by law and only in limited ways. For example, to provide the Services and Software (A) respond to feedback or support requests; (B) to detect, prevent, or otherwise respond to fraud, security, or legal or technical issues, and (C) to enforce the Terms, we may need to access, view, or listen to your Content as further described in Section 4.1 below. Our automated systems may analyze your Content and Creative Cloud Customer Fonts using techniques such as machine learning to improve our Services and Software and user experience.”


As you can imagine, open access to these contents attracted a lot of reactions. The company’s statement on this matter was as follows: “This policy has actually been implemented for many years. As part of our commitment to transparency with our customers, earlier this year we added clear examples to our Terms of Use of when Adobe may access user content. In addition to introducing some of the new cloud-based features like Photoshop Neural Filters and Remove Background in Adobe Express, Adobe is also taking action against prohibited content. accesses user content for various reasons such as. “Adobe does not access, view, or listen to content stored locally on any user’s device.”

Having to make an update on top of all this, Adobe stated the following in its official blog post: Wrote:

You own your content.
-We do not train generative AI models using customer content.
-You have the option not to participate in our product development program.
-Adobe does not scan any content stored locally on your computer.”

We have never trained generative AI on customer content, taken ownership of a customer’s work, or allowed access to customer content beyond legal requirements. “We were not considering any of these apps as part of the latest Terms of Use update.”

Adobe had previously detailed Here we include “photography profession” It attracted a lot of reactions with its focused issue.