Interesting, I assumed that physically redacting it with marker would be less effective than digitally doing it, because the colors would be uneven and you could conceivably be able to suss out what was written there. I'm not sure how you would remove redactions that were put in digitally.If you want to properly redact a document there are several good ways to do this and several bad ones.
Lemwah chose a bad way.
Perez and Casey Erick had a good one and a different one which was old skool but well known.
Print out. Black out with marker. Scan. Black box over redacted areas.
It could also have been redacted, printed, scanned, redact boxed again.
When I removed the redaction boxes on his "Funimation" client papers the colors underneath looked uneven and was wondering if it was a result of a bad printer or black marker. If the latter I was curious if there was a way to experiment with this. Mostly to learn really. I'm curious but also currently drowned in work and duties.
If anyone knows, share. I'm curious if it us even possible to edit such a document to find what was underneath black markers.
Sorry I'm just a nerd who likes to nerd sometimes.