Nope. You really should spend some time reading EULAs you effectively sign away most of those rights.
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The key difference is you don't own the house. You rent with a rental agreement that says the landlord can take the house away, change the locks at any time. Read the EULA some time.
Oh yeah. Delete the app. If you don't like it post change, don't use it. I mean I think it's a foolish move but it's their game. You are just buying a license to it.