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[–] elcob32 22 points -17 points (+5|-22) ago 

If the UK police were smart they would look at the meta data in that image and bust your ass.

Don't be a virtue signaling faggot just do your good work and be proud of yourself.

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[–] SexMachine 2 points 10 points (+12|-2) ago 

You can strip the metadata...

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[–] elcob32 2 points 1 point (+3|-2) ago 

Do you actually think he did?

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[–] srgmpdns ago 

imgtc.com's privacy policy isn't exactly confidence inspiring- they require an email to upload anything:

https://imgtc.com/privacy

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[–] RiverWind 1 point 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

Many printers these days fingerprint all prints with a unique array of barely noticeable dots. You can see them more easily if you print a black page or hold it up near your eyes. The Free Software Foundation has been campaigning against this for some years. Lately it is HP printers I believe which are sending details of everything you print back to HQ. This is happening in 3D printers now too, so Lulzbot would be a good choice.

You should always try and use Free hardware, software and firmware.

https://thinkpenguin.com

https://h-node.org/

https://www.eff.org/pages/list-printers-which-do-or-do-not-display-tracking-dots

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[–] slwsnowman40 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

The paper looks like he used a dot matix printer. He's probably okay.

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[–] elcob32 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Last I checked this was mostly just in color inkjet printers. For this kind of printing a laser printer is best anyway.