Yes, that is exactly how it works. That is what I've been trying to tell you, but you are too quick to do personal attacks rather than understand what others are talking about. Like I said, once a month connect to the Internet, get verified and you are good for another month without Internet access. This was discussed previuosly but you chose to not read it.
Except that's not what's happening with me. I started my membership in December -- downloaded, installed, activated and have been billed twice. Yet, every so often when I open PSCC, it asks me to log into my Adobe account. If I don't, PS won't start. This has happened about 4 times (every time i re-activate, I get one of those "Three key things" emails) - I haven't noticed any pattern: PSCC runs fine, but suddenly decides I'm not paying for it.
This hasn't been a real issue (it's very annoying), because I have PSCC loaded on my desktop, which has a good internet connection. But, having this experience, why would I trust CC software on a laptop that usually doesn't have an internet connection when it decides to want an activation? There is no warning, and in fact this is contrary to Adobe's revised policy on activations, which is that, having a yearly subscription contract, the software will attempt to activate every 30 days but will allow 99 days of use without an activation.
I'm reluctant to try the "support chat", because I really don't have time to keep uninstalling and reinstalling software -- which is what their script will require. I checked the forums the other night, and it was suggested to set PSCC to "Run as Adminstrator", which I did. Still too early to tell if it solved anything.