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Daily Dashboard | Tips To Determine If Your Printer has Internal Storage Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Europe Managing Director, 22 September 2017

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Some high-end printers and copiers retain digital copies of documents in their internal storage. This PC Magazine report offers tips from its lead analyst for printers and scanners, M. David Stone, on how to determine whether your printer is one of those, and if it is, what precautions to take to be sure it’s inaccessible when you get rid of it. If your printer has private printing or the ability to re-order the print queue via an embedded webpage, it may have internal storage capabilities, Stone says. When in doubt, he recommends opening it up and poking around: “Take it out to the street, and bang on it with a hammer until the insides rattle nicely,” says Stone.
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