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Because Adobe products are used extensively in education, especially in high school desktop publishing (newspapers and yearbooks), Adobe entered into a partnership with Jostens, the world's largest yearbook publisher, in April 2015. The partnership, called Monarch, allows Jostens to provide its yearbook customers InDesign and Photoshop in a browser, with the software being updated each year.[57][58]

Although Creative Cloud was expected to curtail the piracy of Photoshop,[59] which is one of the most pirated pieces of software,[60] Creative Cloud was hacked and its applications made available on unauthorized websites a day after it officially launched.[61][62] Adobe claims that Creative Cloud will be more accessible and provide better value: “We believe in fighting piracy of software by making the right software for the right people at the right price”.[63]

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