Regarding the Collection of Personal Data and Privacy

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Have you ever noticed how often Adobe is connecting to your computer and grabs data without explanation at every start of an Adobe application and in intervals in between?

Besides some obvious things such as "licences.adobe.com" or typekit.adobe.com" there are a terrifying number of other services from multiple domains that initiate an outgoing connection from the computer.

I would please like to have them all listed with an exact breakdown of what they do and what information is being transmitted.

I think users have a right to know what is being read and shared from their personal computer.
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Marcia Funebre

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Adobe Privacy Center: http://www.adobe.com/privacy.html
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Marcia Funebre

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Thank you, but I could not find the answers on the link provided.

I wish to see a breakdown by server of what information is being transmitted

For example at the start, or during use of some Adobe products, information is being sent to these and more servers:

hbrcv.adobe.com
ims-na1.adobelogin.com
na1r.services.adobe.com
ims-prod06.adobelogin.com
geo2.adobe.com
e10231.g.akamaiedge.net
adobe.tt.omtrdc.net
adobe.demdex.net
assets.adobetm.com
(...)

This list is by far not complete.
I would like to see a complete list with explanations about the function of each of these connections.