Yellow Dots – covert ID in printers

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Roberto
Oct 28, 2005
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Roy
Oct 28, 2005
"Lorem Ipsum" wrote in message
Almost funny. Not.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/10 /18/AR2005101801663.html
Who cares.

Are THEY going to come round and take a note of your printers serial number.

If I was a member of a subversive group, putting out anti Bush or anti Tony Propaganda, I would make sure the Printer concerned changed location pretty often.

If it was an Epson I would just use 3rd party ink, the nozzle blockages would render the coding useless.

Or of course I could just buy a new Lexmark every week.

Roy G
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Roberto
Oct 29, 2005
"Roy" wrote in message
"Lorem Ipsum" wrote in message
Almost funny. Not.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/10 /18/AR2005101801663.html
Who cares.

Are THEY going to come round and take a note of your printers serial number.

If I was a member of a subversive group, putting out anti Bush or anti Tony Propaganda, I would make sure the Printer concerned changed location pretty often.

If it was an Epson I would just use 3rd party ink, the nozzle blockages would render the coding useless.

Or of course I could just buy a new Lexmark every week.

Roy G

<Aside: "Okay, push Roy to the top of the list of Usual Suspects!">

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