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Facebook is also stepping in to help game developers move to HTML5 and other newer standards.

Please note that you will have to repeat this process for each Adobe mobile app that collects usage data.Adobe uses automated systems to analyze your content using techniques such as machine learning in order to improve our apps and websites.The software giant plans to stop supporting and updating Flash Player by 2020, according to a statement from the company.Sites that use Flash will continue to work through 2020, but will no longer work once Adobe "end-of-lifes" the software.Here is how you can control your information.• Tell us your Adobe marketing preferences by updating your Adobe ID profile.

You can also tell us to stop sending you marketing emails by clicking the unsubscribe link included at the bottom of Adobe's marketing emails.In some cases, Adobe needs to send you “transactional” emails relating to normal business operations.For example, we may email you to inform you that your subscription is expiring or that someone has sent you a document using an Adobe app. Tell us if you would like us to stop collecting both anonymous and identifiable data about how you use our mobile apps by using the app’s settings panel that refers to mobile app usage data collection.Major browsers now support a variety of open web standards, like HTML5, that enable the same kinds of experiences that once depended on Flash.Browser makers have also been disabling Flash Player by default.If your product is a subscription or Creative Cloud membership, activation will take place once every 30 days for a subscription license check.