Last updated: June 16, 2016
To provide you with more relevant experiences and marketing messages based on your likely interests, we collect information about you and how you engage with us. Here is how you can control your information.
In some cases, Adobe needs to send you "transactional" emails relating to normal business operations. For example, we may email you to inform you that your subscription is expiring or that someone has sent you a document using an Adobe app. You cannot opt out of these emails.
We may collect information about how you use Adobe desktop products and mobile apps.
Identifiable Data Collection
Tell us if you would like us to stop collecting information about how you use our desktop and mobile apps. [Learn More]
Anonymous Data Collection
Tell us if you would like us to stop collecting anonymous information about how you use our desktop apps by going to Help > Adobe Product Improvement Program within the app to opt out [Learn More]. Please note that you will have to repeat this process for every Adobe desktop app that collects anonymous information.
Anonymous and Identifiable Data Collection
Tell us if you would like us to stop collecting both anonymous and identifiable data about how you use our mobile apps by using the app’s settings panel that refers to mobile app usage data collection. Please note that you will have to repeat this process for each Adobe mobile app that collects usage data.
Adobe uses automated systems to analyze your content using techniques such as machine learning in order to improve our apps and websites. This analysis may occur as the content is sent or received via an Adobe website, or when the content is stored on Adobe servers. Learn more about how this works. If you do not want us to do this, then you can opt out in your account preferences.
Tell us if you prefer that we do not display web ads based on how you use Adobe’s websites and apps:
If you opt out, you may still see Adobe ads on other companies' websites, but they will not be based on your use of Adobe’s apps and websites.
Adobe complies with the DAA's Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising and related DAA guidance. For more general information about interest-based ads and your choices, please see:
Adobe participates in the Adobe Marketing Cloud Device Co-op, which allows us to better understand how you use our apps and websites across the various devices you use, and to deliver ads tailored to your likely interests.
The information above applies to your use of Adobe websites and apps. We also provide information below about your privacy choices available in connection with our business customers’ use of Adobe Marketing Cloud.
Note about cookie-based preferences: Except the preferences for email, telephone, and postal mail marketing, the privacy preferences described on this page work by placing a cookie on your browser. Therefore, your browser must be configured to accept cookies for your preference to take effect. If you delete or clear your cookies, or if you change web browsers, you will need to set your preferences again.
The Adobe Marketing Cloud enables our business customers to personalize and improve the performance of their websites, apps, social networking pages, and marketing messages. These companies use Adobe Marketing Cloud services to collect and analyze information, such as clicks made by visitors on their websites. Adobe Marketing Cloud services also allow these companies to provide you more relevant advertising within their websites, emails, text messages, and direct mail offers.
You can also visit the self-regulatory sites above (DAA, NAI, etc.) to opt out of all companies who are members of those groups.
To opt out of our business customers’ use of Adobe Marketing Cloud advertising solutions that tailor ads shown within mobile apps based on your likely interests, please either:
Please also review the privacy policies on the websites and mobile apps that you use because they may offer additional privacy choices.