Should you be worried about Adobe’s new terms of service?
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Should you be worried about Adobe’s new terms of service?

The new policy has raised concerns that the creator of Photoshop could gain unrestricted access to user content to train its artificial intelligence models.

Adobe, the maker of Photoshop and Acrobat Reader, has caused a huge outcry. Reason? The latest update to the terms of service requires users to give the company access to their content for “content review purposes.”

The updated policy was met with significant backlash, with users voicing their concerns on social media. Some even went as far as to compare Adobe’s move to spyware tactics. Users fear that Adobe may use their unpublished and ongoing projects – including those covered by non-disclosure agreements – to train its AI models, thereby compromising the confidentiality and integrity of their work.

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Ujjaini Dutta

Ujjaini writes for Yesterday in The Morning Context. She joins us from MEA WorldWide, where she served as an associate editor and previously worked as an editorial intern at The Wire’s LiveWire. Ujjaini published her debut novel “Manik-er Khata” in 2022.


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