Your Printer Works For The Government
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Did you know that your color laser printer is putting secret codes on every page you print?

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A Machine Identification Code (MIC) is a digital watermark which certain color laser printers and copiers leave on every single printed page.  While not all printers do this, nearly all color laser printers print hidden codes into their pages.  Is your printer sharing your history? 
According to a freedom of information request to the US Secret Service made by journalist Theo Karantsalis in 2012, these printer manufacturers agreed to fulfil "document identification requests":  Canon - Brother - Casio - Hewlett-Packard - Konica - Minolta - Mita - Ricoh - Sharp - Xerox.  
Xerox originally developed the machine identification code "to assuage fears that their color copiers could be used to counterfeit bills."
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