“With all the recent discussion about Adobe’s Creative Cloud model and the polarizing opinions surrounding it, one of the topics people have been mentioning is how it will stop the pirating of Photoshop and other Adobe products in the suite,” Pratik Naik reports for Fstoppers.
“However, news is out that just a day after the release, Photoshop CC has already been pirated and available,” Naik reports. “Although we do not condone piracy, we’re shocked to see that it was that easy to circumvent the new model.”
Naik reports, “With the constant need for validation and continual updates through the cloud, many felt it would be difficult to pirate something that requires constant contact for it to stay updated. However, it took no less than a day for pirates to get around it.”
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[Attribution: Cult of Mac. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]
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