I don't think Adobe subscriptions are going to be affected. You are subscribing to a product to use it and in turn be eligible to receive complimentary updates while you keep your subscription current. The standalone software purchases (e.g. LR6) are more related to the content of that story but even so, I'm pretty sure the EULA would state that the software creator retains intellectual property ownership of the product.
Well, I'm pretty sure Lexmark's Patent made similar claims too. Just because a EULA or Copyright, or Patent language says one thing does not mean the SCOTUS will agree with it. This case illustrated that well.