After a Twitter user hacked over 50,000 printers last week to promote PewDiePie’s YouTube channel as part of a guerilla marketing campaign, a new service has spawned over the weekend advertising the same type of functionality, but for everyone.
Going under the generic term of “Printer Advertising,” this new service claims it can hack printers all over the world to print out messages on demand, similar to the PewDiePie promo hack that took place over the weekend.
“We have the ability to reach every single printer in the world,” claims a website launched on Sunday. “Reservations are limited.”
The website was promoted by –you guessed it– flyers sent out to everyone’s printers. A copy of this…