Your Laser Printer Identifies You

July 17, 2008 at 6:22 am Leave a comment

I thought they probably taught this in school by now:  I’ve known it for something like fifteen years.  Laser printers identify the user (although it wouldn’t be closer than, say, a network if it were on one); don’t try counterfeiting.  The take that this can be used to track other things (say, by the NSA) is quite valid and relatively pointless.  The amount of data left in the digital world unless one concentrates on breaking patterns is immense.


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