Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Is Your Laser Printer Spying on You?

Printer dot surveillance is a disturbing end run around individuals' right to anonymous speech. Anonymity is a vital freedom -- it can help political or religious speakers, labor organizers, or whistleblowers avoid retribution for their beliefs and opinions. Around the world, anonymity is an important practical protection for dissidents and religious groups against persecution by repressive governments.

Send sample pages of your laser prints, along with your printer manufacturer and model here:

Electronic Frontier Foundation
Machine Identification Code Technology Project
454 Shotwell Street
San Fransisco CA 94110-1914
United States of America

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