Adobe Public Policy

June 16, 2016 / Internet Governance

IANA Transition Needs Clear Benchmarks and Safety Valves

The transition of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) to the multi-stakeholder community is one step closer to becoming reality.

June 14, 2016 / Intellectual Property

Adobe Joins Alliance for Open Media to Develop Next Generation Video Platform

Video streaming services and video creation companies pay licensing fees for not only the hours and hours of movies and TV shows that viewers watch but also the basic coding technology that enables files to be created and displayed.

June 10, 2016 / Education

Creativity + Software: The New Lesson Plan

Computers and software are the pens and paper of the modern student, but getting these tools into the hands of students can be difficult.

May 18, 2016 / Sustainability

It’s Easy Being Green at Adobe

Sustainability has been part of Adobe’s culture since its beginning. The invention of the PDF not only made signing and sharing documents easier, it also dramatically reduced unnecessary waste.

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.