Confused copiers rewriting documents

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  1. The News Bot

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    Documents copied on Xerox machines are having some figures changed, a German computer scientist discovers.
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    Oh :censored: !
    I can see a big legal bill as long as it isn't photocopied.
     
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    I wounder if thats what the lossey lodgic meant :smashin:
     
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    Xerox still don't know how to fix it - I suspect because the methods they do have would require more memory in the copiers.
     

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