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Adobe has updated the licensing terms that it published when it released the Adobe Photoshop Express Beta.

“Adobe has retained only those limited rights that allow us to operate the service and to enable you to do all the things the service offers,” the company said in a statement. “If you decide to terminate your Photoshop Express account, Adobe’s rights also will be terminated.”

This should satisfy even the most careful photographer’s concerns about using Photoshop Express.

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  1. My self, I was not surprised that Adobe had that section in their TOS. FaceBook and MySpace both have something similar to what was in the TOS for Express. But then again, I would think Adobe Express would attract a high quality clientele that would have more to worry about when it comes to CR…..It does go to show that Adobe is always looking out for the best interest for Photographers.

  2. Looks to me like this app should be avoided like the plague.

    Keep Shooting!
    BruceHP

  3. Looks to me like a fantastic application that will help lots of amateurs advance their interest in serious photography.

  4. Scott,

    I totally agree with you there and like you guys said on the show, this is just a sign of our future. For a while experts have been saying that this is where we are heading, instead of buying apps you just go online and for a monthly fee use the app online. The internet is slowly becoming a utility instead of a service. Gas, Hydro, Phone and internet.

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