Tuesday, March 31, 2015

More on 3-D Printing and Copyright

3D printing is a tool and, like any tool, can be used for productive and not-so-productive purposes. Making unauthorized copies of physical objects protected by copyright is copyright infringement, whether those copies are made with a 3D printer or a whittling knife.

A nice (and dense) little overview of copyright law and 3-D printing. Even covers useful and “creative” objects.

Via Public Knowledge.


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