The adobe adobe is in for a shock, as a new ad has hit Google News and has the title ‘Adobe audition: The title is wrong’.

Adobe’s Google News has the adobe title “A movie title in a title”.

As you might have noticed, the title is incorrect.

This ad was posted on May 31st, 2018, and has since been shared more than 14,000 times.

The title in question is ‘The title is a lie.’

It states that the title of the movie is ‘Adopting a new lifestyle’, but in reality, the movie has been made to be about ‘changing the world’.

The ad says that the movie title was created in partnership with the Chinese government, and that the ad has been vetted and approved by Chinese regulators.

The ad has already gone viral.

Advertising agency Wuhan Zhang, which produced the ad, said that the company would take the ad down, and said that they would make a ‘full apology’.

Wuhan said that ‘Adopted’ had been approved for the Chinese market by China’s National Advertising Bureau (NAB), and that Adopting A New Life was a joint venture between the Beijing and Shanghai advertising companies.

“We have worked with China’s NAB to provide the title with an appropriate Chinese title, which will help it be viewed more effectively by the audience in China,” Zhang said in a statement.

When you search for ‘Adobes movie title’, the title appears on the first result.

Google News is a search engine that is available to users across the world, and allows them to search for content that has been approved by the NAB, which is the agency that vets and approves all content for the Google search engine.

An advertisement from China’s Wuhans Adopted movie title The title has been rejected for the title, and will be removed.

Adopted is a joint enterprise with China National Advertising Agency.

We are proud to work with this industry, and are committed to working with advertisers and content providers.

The title in fact has been validated by China NAB and we will not allow this to happen again.

We will work hard to resolve this issue and are happy to have worked on this project with the Adopted content partners.

We would like to sincerely apologise to all parties involved for any confusion this may have caused.

The ad will be taken down in due course.

We are working with our partners to get the title removed from Google News, as soon as possible.