The FTC is suing software giant Adobe over hidden fees

The preeminent software licensing company, Adobe, whose products include industry-standard programs like Photoshop and Illustrator, is being sued by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for surprising customers with hidden termination fees and an overly complicated cancellation process. The action is a non-criminal suit against Adobe and two of its executives that will result in civil penalties (usually fines or other financial penalties) if they are found guilty. The case will be heard in the Northern District of California. 

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