Copyright, Trademark and DMCA
Understand the guidelines for using materials such as images, screenshots, and text that are copyrighted by Adobe, and materials such as logos, marks, and icons that are trademarked by Adobe.
Using Adobe trademarks
Learn the guidelines for using Adobe trademarks, including logos.
Are you a developer? See the trademark guidelines for developers of third-party plug-ins and extensions for Adobe products.
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List of Adobe trademarks
Using images and user guides
Learn the guidelines for using images, materials, and user guides that come with an Adobe product, are available in the Adobe Newsroom, or are displayed on Adobe.com.
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Using Adobe icons and web logos
Learn the guidelines for using Adobe product icons, including the Adobe PDF file icon, and Adobe web logos, such as the Get Adobe Reader linking badge.
Icon and web logo guidelines ›
Intellectual Property Takedown Requests
Understand how we handle copyright and trademark issues related to user-generated content on our hosted services.
Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) Notice and Counter Notice Guidelines
Learn about Adobe's DMCA guidelines, or file a DMCA notice, counter notice or trademark complaint using our online form.
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Important note on image usage rights
Some Adobe services and applications include integrated Google or Flickr image search features. Before you use those websites to search for and
import images directly into your own project or workspace, be sure to review the specific image licenses and terms of reuse. Join us in respecting the intellectual property rights of photographers and creative professionals everywhere.
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References for Additional Content
Adobe Newsroom materials
Send requests for use of press releases, press materials, or other materials found in the Adobe Newsroom to email@example.com