Last updated June 18, 2014.
Replaces the October 16, 2012 version in its entirety.
These terms govern your use of our website or services such as the Creative Cloud (collectively, “Services”) and software that we include as part of the Services, including any applications, Content Files (defined below), scripts, instruction sets, and any related documentation (collectively “Software”). By using the Services or Software, you agree to these terms. If you have entered into another agreement with us concerning specific Services or Software, then the terms of that agreement controls where it conflicts with these terms. As discussed more in Section 3 below, you retain all rights and ownership you have in your content that you make available through the Services.
1. How this Agreement Works.
1.1 Choice of Law. If you reside in North America, your relationship is with Adobe Systems Incorporated, a United States company, and the Services and Software are governed by the law of California, U.S.A. If you reside outside of North America, your relationship is with Adobe Systems Software Ireland Limited, and the Services and Software are governed by the law of Ireland. You may have additional rights under the law. We do not seek to limit those rights to the extent prohibited by law.
1.2 Eligibility. You may only use the Services if you are (a) over 13 years old and (b) allowed by law to enter into a binding contract.
1.4 Availability. Pages describing the Services are accessible worldwide but this does not mean all Services or service features are available in your country, or that user-generated content available via the Services is legal in your country. We may block access to certain Services (or certain service features or content) in certain countries. It is your responsibility to make sure your use of the Services is legal where you use them. Services are not available in all languages.
1.5 Software. The Software is licensed, not sold, only in accordance with these terms.
1.6 Additional Terms. Some Services or Software are also subject to the additional terms below (the “Additional Terms”). New Additional Terms may be added from time to time.