I have a student telling me that he licensed this image through Adobe Stock. Initially I told him he can't just pull images from google but it's turned into this whole web of lies and he's changed the story about 6 times. It's currently licensed on Wikimedia under a creative commons license but he insists that he licensed it from Adobe Stock. He cannot, however, find the license for it in his history and says that the license disappeared when he ended his subscription.
Do licensed images that you get on a subscription disappear from history once the subscription ends or do they remain in history?
Also If they do disappear, do rights to use them end once you quit paying the subscription fee? For instance, if I download the 10 free images in the introductory offer and save them to my computer can I still use them if I decide to cancel the subscription before I'm billed? That's really more for myself so I can decide if I want to use Adobe Stock or just stick to the Fotolia side of things.
Hi thereOnce an asset has been licensed it remains in your license history, even if the subscription is cancelled.This is covered in the FAQ: Common Questions about plans, purchasing, and availability, Adobe Stock If I cancel my subscription, can I still use any unused licenses in my account?No. You can use your available licenses as long as your subscription is active, but you forfeit any unused licenses upon cancellation of your subscription.Can I use the assets even after I cancel my subscrip...
If I cancel my subscription, can I still use any unused licenses in my account?
No. You can use your available licenses as long as your subscription is active, but you forfeit any unused licenses upon cancellation of your subscription.
Can I use the assets even after I cancel my subscription?