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Fudzilla has posted an article about the a problems of tech subscriptions and service contracts that  happened to Atlantic writer Charlie Warzel. It would seem that Warzel’s printer, which he paid $200 for, stopped working because he unsubscribed to HP’s Instant Ink program. More specifically, because the original cartridges in the printer were considered part the Instant Ink program the instant he signed up for it, HP remotely disabled the printer until Warzel purchased new ink from a retailer.
Turns out that the Instant Ink program’s fine print states that you are charged by the page and not by the cartridge. As such, once your subscription ends your...

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