16.9 Flash Player Projectors and Lifespan. Customer`s rights to use flash drives, projectors, standalone drives, plug-ins, lifetimes, or ActiveX controls, made available to Customer as a party, with the software, or in an output file, are subject to the terms available in www.adobe.com/go/flashplayer_usage. The customer does not have the right to use or distribute this software, if and not as it provides. 7.3 Local Memory. Flash Player and Adobe AIR may allow third parties to store certain information about your device in a local data file called a local shared object. The nature and amount of information that the third-party application must store in a local shared object may vary depending on the application, and these requirements are controlled by the third party. For more information about locally shared objects and information about limiting or managing the storage of locally shared objects on your device, see settings.adobe.com/flashplayer/mobile. If you have any questions about this agreement or would like to request information from Adobe, please use the addresses and contact information contained in this product or via the Internet under www.adobe.com to contact Adobe`s affiliate in your jurisdiction. 4.8 Restrictions for Adobe Runtime.
The customer cannot use Adobe Runtimes on a non-PC device or with an embedded or device version of an operating system. For the avoidance of doubt and only for example, Customer may not use Adobe Runtimes on (a) mobile devices, use electronic billboards, telephones, telephones, game consoles, televisions, DVD players, media centers (with the exception of Windows XP Media Center Edition and its successors), electronic billboards or other digital billboards, Internet devices or other Internet-connected devices, PDAs, medical devices, ATMs, telematics, slot machines, slot machines, home machines, kiosks, remote controls or other consumer electronic devices; (b) operator-based mobile, cable, satellite or television systems; or (c) another device for closed systems. For more information about licensing Adobe Runtimes, see www.adobe.com/go/licensing. 14.4 Opt-out. Customer may disable and uninstall the Software from its computer to install and activate the Software on another computer, in accordance with this Agreement («Deactivation») and as further described in www.adobe.com/go/activation. Disabling requires an Internet connection. For more information about transferring volume licensing software, see www.adobe.com/go/volumepolicies. . . .