Adobe Public Policy

May 10, 2016 / Electronic Signatures

E-Signatures: Unsung Hero of the EU’s Digital Single Market

When European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker launched the EU’s Digital Single Market programme back in 2015 it was issues like geo-blocking and the possible regulation of online platforms that attracted most of the media attention.

New EU e-government strategy: back-end wizardry, but where’s the citizen?

In this blog we’ve frequently commented on the efforts governments are making across the world to transform their digital services.

May 7, 2016 / Intellectual Property

Nothing But Net!

I was with a friend last weekend (I’ll call her “Mom”) who was giving me some feedback about my blog. She said that she enjoys my writing, but encouraged me to cover things other than work.

April 27, 2016 / Accessibility

Section 508 Updates Should Promote Harmonization of Accessibility Standards

Adobe has made it a priority to develop digital tools that are world class and support accessibility for people with disabilities.

April 22, 2016 / Sustainability

Moving Beyond Earth Day: A “Small” Change with Significant Impact

Every year, Earth Day marks an important milestone in the sustainability movement—rallying people, government and businesses around the world to focus on sustainability and preservation of the environment.

April 12, 2016 / Digital Government

The Federal Government Needs to Embrace Open Standards

As a long-standing supporter of the open source community, Adobe welcomes the OMB’s new draft policy on the federal government’s use of open source software.