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Anti-piracy initiative

Reporting suspected software piracy

A software pirate is an individual or entity that offers bootlegs, CDs, downloadable applications, or serial numbers free, for money, or for barter; provides educational products without authorization, or to nonqualifying individuals or entities; installs or uses software without a properly authorized license; or installs or uses software on more systems than it is licensed for.

Report suspected piracy directly to Adobe

Please report suspected software piracy by filling out and submitting the following form. Note: Please contact piracy@adobe.com for questions.

Anti-piracy form

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Important privacy information

The information you provide on this form will be used by Adobe, its affiliates, and certain trusted vendors and anti-piracy organizations solely for the purpose of investigating alleged instances of infringement of Adobe's rights, and seeking remedies on behalf of Adobe and others for such infringement. Your personal information will not be used for any other purpose without your permission, nor will your personal information be shared with anyone else except as may be required by applicable law. For more information, view Adobe's full Online Privacy Policy.

Additional software piracy contacts

Outside the U.S. or Canada, please contact your local distributor or Adobe representative.

You may also report suspected software piracy by calling the Antipiracy Hotline of one (please, not both) of the following organizations:

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