Adobe, maker of the popular Adobe web software, says it has settled a lawsuit filed by a Utah woman who alleged the company breached a contract with her and her family by refusing to give her a refund on her money spent on Adobe Web Designer.
U.S. District Judge Kevin Nelson in Salt Lake City issued a decision late Monday that allowed Adobe to pay a $3,000 settlement to the woman’s family.
The woman, who asked not to be identified because she fears retribution from Adobe, was unhappy with the software and felt that her husband’s computer was stolen by someone else.
The settlement was approved by a judge Tuesday and would require Adobe to make changes to its software to make it more secure.
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