November 9, 2018 / 1:08 AM / 7 months ago

Adobe hit with class action lawsuit over deletion feature in video-editing software

Adobe Systems Inc has been hit with a class action lawsuit over its Premiere Pro CC video-editing software permanently deleting valuable files and data not recently opened with the program.

The lawsuit filed on Wednesday in San Jose federal court by Maryland-based photographer David Cooper seeks to represent all Adobe customers who licensed a 2017 version of the software.

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