What happens to your data when you store it in Adobe's convenient Creative Cloud? Well, apparently, it's not in as resting-of-a-state as some might think. It turns out, that Adobe—like many other companies training large AI models—may be using our data and designs to train our future replacements. 😉
In our opinion, we should have the choice of how our IP is used, without having to opt-in to some setting. In all fairness to our friends at Adobe, this approach is the new status quo. Apple, the so-called privacy guardians of the web requires users to opt-in to Advanced Data Protection enabling end-to-end encryption for iCloud. Oh, what a painful experience that was.
If you're feeling generous and don't care—no worries—no further action required! If not, you may want to check in on your Adobe Creative Cloud privacy settings.
About Ambreen Dar
Ambreen designs for thrillseekers. She left the classroom behind to chase adventures in publishing, then dove into digital marketing's deep end. New tricks abound, but Ambreen's four furry fans still think she's top dog. Alongside Rebekah and Sam, Ambreen makes BRIL.LA's magic - and wouldn't have it any other way.