May a CD/DVD I created on my PC tracked back?

Does a CD or DVD created on my PC/notebook contain any traces of me. Is it possible to find who created a CD/DVD

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frollard8 years ago
The government uses spies and sneaky techniques to find out what brand of milk you drink. From there it's only a matter of time before they find your DNA and cross reference it to the record on each movie you pirate.
orksecurity8 years ago
Note that the other answers assume there's nothing recognizable in what you put on the CD. And that you've removed non-digital evidence. Note also that these answers are subject to change without warning, as the manufacturers and publishers negotiate with each other.
bugmenoa8 years ago
The only thing linked to a CD is the device that burnt it. Not your computer, just the CD/DVD burner.
Bartboy8 years ago
Yes, but all they get is the serial number.
Joe Martin8 years ago
I think nero may make logs while your creating the dvd and burning it but when it has completed unless you choose to view the log file it is deleted. I don't think there's anything to worry about really.