Adobe Public Policy

May 2017

May 23, 2017 / Intellectual Property

Adobe Comment on TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Supreme Court Decision

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May 17, 2017 / Education / Site Visits

From Digital Citizens To Digital Creators: Preparing Students For The Future

I was fortunate enough to host a delegation of congressional staffers organized by Software.org: the BSA Foundation, last month at Adobe’s San Francisco office to chat about the vital role that technology plays in education.

May 16, 2017 / Digital Government

Sneak peek into Adobe innovations revealed at the Adobe Digital Government Symposium

Virtual reality is not just for games. There are countless potential applications across business and the public sector – such as doctors conducting remote surgery, or helping veterans cope with PTSD, or museums offering remote visits, or training for police officers.

May 4, 2017 / Digital Government

Congressman Hurd Encourages Investment in Government IT and Online Citizen Experiences

The 8th annual Adobe Digital Government Symposium on May 2nd focused on ways government can transform digital services by shifting focus away from maintaining legacy IT systems and investing in new technologies to improve citizen experiences.