I guess that we can all use a little bit more of it. I’m glad that I saw this report:
Posted by Reese on May 14, 2010 in Tech
May 17, 2010 at 8:19 am
That is STUNNING!!!
I used to work with XEROX copiers back in the 70s, and we didn’t have “disk drives” on board ANY machines then.
Why do we even NEED such drives on a bloody COPIER, anyway?
Personally, I think it’s another manner of “control”, and that this particular Genie was loosed from the bottle…good luck getting him back IN.
I can only imagine HOW MANY local, state and federal agencies have been breached by such technology.
And how such breaches will affect every single one of US.
Lord knows where they evetually wind up, too.
People NEED to be educated on such matters, ASAP.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
I will be a lot more wary from now on.
Damn good post.
May 17, 2010 at 9:16 am
The report was clear to point out that the drives are on digital copiers. It makes sense to me that for a digital copy to be made, a digital image would have to be made but I never thought about a hard drive storing the data.
I agree with the president of Sharp – the industry has failed to properly educate the public about their product.
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