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2.1.4 Restrictions on Secondary Use by Volume Licensors. If the software was purchased as part of an Adobe program or volume license agreement (for example. B Adobe volume license) by a licensee other than a volume licensor for educational institutions, the second copy of the software referred to in point 2.1.3 may only be used for the benefit and activity of that volume license provider. Please note that the provisions of Section 8 (Limitation of Liability) continue to apply to all claims of compensation of the Customer regarding its use of the Software. Nevertheless, Adobe is liable for direct damages that are reasonably foreseeable in the event of Adobe`s breach of this agreement. . . .