HP INCFollow


This disclosure introduces a set of identifying traits, that is defined and securely recorded when a print is sold. These identifying traits give a buyer an accurate representation of what the printed copy will be and provide details that can later on be verified on the physical copy by the buyer. If the printed copy doesn’t match what was originally defined, the buyer can challenge the seller and prove discrepancies. This is especially useful when the source design is sensitive and shouldn’t be revealed to the buyer: enough information must be provided so the buyer knows what they are buying, but in a way that doesn’t reveal anything sensitive about the design.

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