Tag: government

PDF Security Up For Question In Ghana

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PDF has recently been thrust into the courtroom as a key feature in recent political legal action in the Ghana.

There is an argument over whether or not the National Democratic Congress has forged electoral record sheets that are in a PDF format.

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PDF accessibility expert reviews the Australian Government’s review

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Duff Johnson, CEO of Appligent Document Solutions and expert on PDF accessibility provides an insightful assessment of a review released by the Australian Government.

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Deque announces Studio to streamline PDF conversion, compliance

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Deque Systems, Inc. has announced an enhanced Deque Studio, a bundled solution designed to help companies comply with the Web Accessibility Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act requirements.

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Monarch v8 converts PDFs into live data for dynamic analysis

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Datawatch Corporation recently announced the immediately availability of Monarch Version 8 Standard and Professional editions, an analytics tool that allows PC users to extract, analyze and export data from any existing computer-generated report and other data sources without programming.

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PDF Conference returns to Washington, DC in September

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The popular PDF Conference, produced by Carl Young, returns for another Acrobat/PDF-intensive run in the Washington, DC area on September 26-27.

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Are Acrobat and Reader mature enough for digital signatures?

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German publishing Web site ‘heise online’ asks — and attempts to answer — the question: Are Acrobat and Adobe Reader now mature enough for digital signatures? If you’ve got an opinion, share it in the Planet PDF Forum!

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Ubiquitous PDF: Documents detail 55th Presidential Inauguration

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Numerous PDF-based documents available on a special
federal government Web site offer insights into some of the
logistics of and the ensuing hoopla associated with the 55th
Presidential Inauguration.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Updated dietary guidelines — Americans should eat less, exercise more

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The newly revised, PDF-based ‘Dietary Guidelines for
Americans 2005′ from the federal government suggests that
citizens eat smarter and less, and exercise regularly and
more.

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Editorial cartoonist links PDF to U.S.-Muslim misunderstandings

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A liberal editorial cartoonist singled out the Portable
Document Format (PDF) and the free Adobe Reader in a recent
comic strip that referenced newspaper coverage of a recent
government report suggesting the U.S. has failed to
adequately explain its policies to the Muslim world.

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Redax 3.6 provides faster, easier PDF redaction workflow

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Appligent recently announced the release of Redax 3.6, an upgrade to the company’s solution for redacting (removing sensitive text and images) PDFs.

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