Gentlemen, We Can Rebuilt It

New technology that can recover information from shredded documents. Not only can companies scan strip-shredded paper and recover the information, they can do the same with cross-shredded paper. The shreds are glued onto a piece of paper and then scanned. Software then looks for matches and suggests possible combinations to the operator that can be accepted or rejected. It comes at a price though — one company charges US$8-10,000 to reconstruct the information in a cubic foot of cross-shredded material

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