Licenses are language-based, not location-based.
What about this language in the CS6 EULA (https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/acom/en/legal/licenses -terms/pdf/CS6.pdf):
2. Software License; Membership.
2.1 Software License. This Section 2.1 applies to Customers who have purchased a license to the Software but have not purchased a membership-based license or service such as the Creative Cloud membership (as described in Section 2.2). 2.1.1 License Grant. Subject to Customer’s continuous compliance with this Agreement and payment of the applicable license fees, Adobe grants Customer a non-exclusive and limited license to install and use the Software (a) in the territory or region where Customer obtains the Software from Adobe or Adobe’s authorized reseller or as otherwise stated in the Documentation (“Territory”)...
Can you provide more information on what you mean by licenses are not location-based? If I am a CLP customer, does that mean if I buy an Acrobat license in the US, I can deploy that license to an employee that resides in another country, for example France?
Yes, you can do that.