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Adobe tweaks Photoshop to disable ability to counterfeit currency

By January 9, 2004current affairs

“Adobe and other makers of image-manipulation programs have, at the behest of a little-known group of national banks, inserted secret technology into their programs to foil counterfeiting, the companies acknowledged this week. Photoshop and other programs will no longer be able to open files containing images of several nations’ currencies, said Kevin Connor, director of product management for Adobe.” [C/Net Story]

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