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A watermark is a recognizable image or pattern in paper used to determine authenticity.
Watermark or watermarking may also refer to:
- Digital watermarking, a technique to embed data in digital audio, images or video
- Audio watermark, techniques for embedding hidden information into audio signals
- Watermark (data file), a method for ensuring data integrity which combines aspects of data hashing and digital watermarking
- Watermark (data synchronization), directory synchronization related programming terminology
- High-water mark (computer security), network security terminology
- Watermarking attack, an attack on disk encryption methods
- Watermark (film), a 2013 documentary film directed by Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky
- Watermarks (film), a 2004 documentary film about the Viennese Hakoah swim team
- Watermark (Art Garfunkel album), a 1977 album by Art Garfunkel
- Watermark (Enya album), a 1988 album by Enya
- Watermark (band), the CCM singing duo Nathan and Christy Nockels
- "Watermark" (song), a song by The Weakerthans
- Watermark Inc., a radio syndication company
- Watermark (executive women's organization)
- Shenhua Watermark coal mine
- Watermark, a 1992 book by Joseph Brodsky
- Watermark, superimposed identifying digital on-screen graphic in video production
- High water mark (disambiguation)
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