In the security settings you can prevent changing and printing the document.
(But be sure to read and UNDERSTAND the warning you get when you do). The other things are impossible. A PDF is just a file. You cannot say what someone can do with a file once it is on their computer. If they want to email it, or post it on Facebook, nothing can stop them. However, DRM ($$$$+) can mean that nobody else can open the file.
Thanks for your reply, But please what is the DRM ($$$$+). As I understood I can prevent anyone (who will receive this file without company permission ) from opening it. But how I can do that??
DRM - Digital Rights Managemen. $$$$+ is an indication of the price (5-6 figures US$).
LiveCycle Rights Management is Adobe's offering, I seem to remember.
Needs an administrator to control WHO can read WHAT, and a 24/7 server to run on.