To provide you with more innovative and relevant experiences and marketing messages based on your likely interests, we collect information about you and how you engage with us. Adobe allows you to control your information in the following ways:
We may collect information about how you use Adobe applications. This information may be anonymous for certain Adobe applications. For other applications, this information may be associated with you. If you do not want us to collect this information, you can tell us by opting out.
Idenifiable Data Collection
Set your Preference for the following desktop applications that associate information about you:
Anonymous Data Collection
To set your preferences for desktop applications that collect anonymous information [Learn More], either choose not to participate when the dialogue box is presented within the application, or go to Help > Improvement Program Options in the application and select “NO”. Please note that you will have to repeat this process for every Adobe desktop application that collects anonymous information.
Anonymous and Identifiable Data Collection
There is an option within the mobile application's settings or preferences panel that allows you to set your opt-out for mobile application usage data collection. Please note that you will have to repeat this process for each Adobe mobile application that collects usage data.
Adobe sometimes runs online ad campaigns that involve showing you ads based on your likely interests gleaned from your activity on our websites and online services. If you tell us not to send you these types of ads, you may still see Adobe ads on other companies' websites, but they will not be based on your activity on our websites and online services. For more information about interest-based ads and your choices, visit these sites: Digital Advertising Alliance and Your Online Choices.
Note about cookie-based preferences: Except the preferences for email, telephone, and postal mail marketing, the privacy preferences described above 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 which web browser you are using, you will need to set your preferences again.