From Adobe reader (for Android)’s end user license agreement:
3.3 Backup Copy. You may make one backup copy of the Software, provided your backup copy is not installed or used other than for archival purposes.
Which leads one to inquire what, if any, point is served by a “backup” copy which can only be “installed… for archival purposes“.
7.2 Updating. If your Device is connected to the Internet, the Software may, without additional notice, check for Updates, … that are available for automatic download and installation to your Device and let Adobe know the Software is successfully installed. [my emph]
You’re kidding, right? Perhaps this is just bad grammar?
9.5 Indemnity. You agree to hold Adobe and any applicable Certification Authority (except as expressly provided in its terms and conditions) harmless from any and all liabilities [etc] arising out of or relating to any use of, or any reliance on, any service of such authority…
Which leads one to wonder what, if any, point is served by using a service of a Certification Authority – which presumably is supposed to certify something – if you indemnify them when they stuff up.
I think I will click “Disagree”. It hasn’t got good ratings anyway.