In the case of using the old versions of Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC, users can "... get complaints of violation by third parties." This warning was sent by Adobe.
Many outdated versions of Creative applicationsCloud is no longer supported by Adobe. In this regard, customers working with these programs no longer have licenses to use them. The company has sent out users an upgrade guide to the latest authorized version. It was also stated that the violation by third parties is not commented, as this is the subject of the current legal proceedings.
Earlier, in 2018, Dolby went to court witha claim against Adobe that the company did not comply with the license agreement, according to which Adobe should inform Dolby about the sale of software using Dolby software and pay the agreed license fees. Dolby said that Adobe had previously sold some of its products that feature technologies developed by Dolby. At the same time, Dolby received neither payment nor transaction information. Adobe refutes the Dolby statement.