Adobe can access your cloud content for review

Adobe has just updated their terms and conditions so that they can look at your content that's stored on their cloud server.

One of the terms read:

Clarified that we may access your content through both automated and manual methods, such as for content review

Is that legal?

Because if that's legal, what's stopping Microsoft and Apple from changing their terms and conditions to look at your backups that are also stored on their cloud server?

Of course the online reaction from people are not positive and for good reasons.

https://petapixel.com/2024/06/06/photographers-outraged-by-adobes-new-p…
https://youtu.be/EXxMCm941WA
https://youtu.be/rEbgh-q7RCc

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"Cloud" means storage on someone elses's computer. And that computer is subject of that someone else's own rules. What is so hard to understand on this concept?
Meanwhile there are loads of alternative software out there? Why do you still bother with Adobe?

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