Adobe Reader 'Spyware'

Explorer ,
Jan 18, 2017 Jan 18, 2017

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Specifically why Adobe feel it's ok to do this without user consent. As a professional who has used Adobe products for as long as I can remember, I find it rather worrying that Adobe feel it's ok to start collecting data without informing users. Thankfully I'm using MacOS but it still concerns me that if Adobe feel it's ok to collect data in Reader, then what else are they collecting without my consent?

Can a member of the Adobe tech team comment on this? This is not acceptable.

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I find something suspicious about ADob Acrobat or Adobe.  When I removed Adobe computer work with good speed but once I dowandload the Adob computer slowdown and make some kind noise (computer runnig noise).  I click on Task manager and end the activities of Adobe which goind on back ground.  Once I stop running through Task manager the computer stop making noise. 

 

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