Adobe Creative Suite License Agreement

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(a) No change, reverse engineering. Unless expressly stated, the developer (a) cannot modify, transport, adapt, or translate part of this SDK; (b) add or delete program files that would change the functionality and/or appearance of other Adobe software and/or a component of it; or (c) reverse engineering, decompilation, disassembly or other tests to determine the source code of part of this SDK. Notwithstanding the above, the decompilation of the SDK is permitted to the extent that the laws of the developer`s jurisdiction give the developer the right to do so in order to obtain the information necessary for the parts of the SDK to be interoperable with other software; provided, however, that the developer must first request this information from Adobe and that Adobe may, at its sole discretion, make this information available to the developer or impose appropriate conditions, including a reasonable fee, on such use of the source code, to ensure that the ownership rights of Adobe and its suppliers are protected on the source code of the SDK. 16.4.1 Supplied by Adobe. The software makes it easier for the customer to access content and services hosted on Adobe-managed sites or its affiliates (“Adobe Online Services”). Examples of these Adobe online services are not limited to: Adobe BrowserLab, Adobe CS Review, Business Catalyst, Digital Publishing Suite, Acrobat.com, looking for help and welcome screens for products. In some cases, an online adobe service may be displayed as a feature or extension in the software, although it is hosted on a website. Access to an Adobe Online service may require the customer to activate the software, obtain adobe ID, accept additional terms of use, or charge a separate fee to access these online services. Adobe Online Services may not be available in all languages or for residents of all countries, and Adobe may change or terminate the availability of an Adobe online service at any time and for any reason. Adobe also reserves the right to charge a fee for accessing or using an Adobe Online service that was previously offered for free. Section 14 contains important information about the customer`s Internet connection and privacy.

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