Don't print your ransom notes or blowing-up-stuff plans on a LexMark!!!
All humor aside, think twice about printing your bank statement, or other highly personal info on your Lex-Mark Printer.
Stegonography? That went out with American Indians' Internet (smoke signals). "Why wait to snoop?", says LexMark? We want it NOW... (and they're gonna' get it now):
If You Have a Lexmark Printer, You May Also Have Lexmark Lx_CATS Spyware - The Internet Patrol
Never got a nickel for wrenchin', so I know nuthin'...
Get rid of your electrons. Be positive (+).
- Online Administrator
Thanks for posting that up. It's hard to imagine a company figures they can get away with that kind of nonsense...
- Online Member
I must have missed something. All I read was that the application sends back info about ink consumption, nothing about the ability to save and later transmit a digital image of what was scanned or printed.
Just about everybody's computer communicates with Microsoft or Apple or other software manufacturers on a frequent basis. Does this mean that they are stealing a copy of every Word document or spreadsheet we generate?
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