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"Technology reveals the active relation of man to nature" - Karl Marx
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 No.22681

< 2011: DARPA announced that the team "All Your Shreds Are Belong to U.S." won DARPA's Shredder Challenge and $50k. The team used computer-vision algorithms to suggest fragment pairings to human assemblers for verification, piecing together documents shredded into over 10k pieces.

 No.22683

don't shred, burn

 No.22684

>>22683
this, how are people so stupid?
>hurr im gonna rip the paper into 34563 recoverable puzzle pieces instead of turning it into dust

 No.22685

>>22683
>>22684
Well businesses tend to shred. I doubt spy shit isn't burnt. Remember that Russian consulate burning stuff?

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/black-smoke-chimney-russian-consulate-san-francisco/

 No.22686

>>22685
>Well businesses tend to shred
why though? is this some glowie shit where intelligence agencies tricked people into believing shredding works so they can recover information? why would you ever shred instead of burn

 No.22687

>>22686
Shredding is done on-site where fires are often impractical. Wikipedia suggests US intelligence among other methods dissolved shredded documents into pulp, which seems reasonable.

 No.22688

>>22686
They don't usually have adversaries that are desperate enough to put them together. You always have to consider the threat model they are working with.

 No.22692

>>22681
ok but this doesn't eliminate the problem of having to exhume a bunch of wet shit-covered shreds from a landfill before reassembling them.

 No.22693

>>22683
Shred and then burn.
Or shred and then compost.

The latter is probably the best method, but it requires paper that isn't chemically treated in a way that would prevent it.

 No.22694

>>22693
shred, burn and then snort the ashes

 No.22744

should be used for archeology. will probably be used for spying on political dissidents


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