Color Laser Printers and Privacy

October 19th, 2005


Anything printed on a color laser printer these days includes a barely-visible “watermark” intended to help determine when and where the document was printed. This, in addition to the fact that some of the popular image-processing programs now censor out images of currency. While I’m not a hard-core privacy advocate (I’ll leave that to others), I still think it’s good to know about this type of stuff.…

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