I'm considering to use one or more images from Adobe Stock on a clients business website. I'm just wondering about the following extract from the additional terms:
3.4 Website Use. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these Terms, with respect to using and displaying the Work on websites, you must take all reasonable actions to prevent website visitors from downloading or reusing the Work.
What's considered as "all reasonable actions" ?! Is it enough to only implement them as background images via css and avoid using the <img>-tag?
Really what it means is to not use the full hi-res image or provide it for download. There is no way you can actually prevent anyone from taking the image. So as long as you are using the image for a specific purpose you are usually fine.
Thanks for your reply!
I'm planning on using them in a Slider and as parallax images between various sections of the page (all implementet via css background).
So I guess this would be okay?
Yes, you should be good to go. ;-)