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Laws Slow to Catch Up With 3D Printingi
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George Putic
April 01, 2014 7:39 PM
As prices of 3D printers continue to fall, experts are increasingly calling for reconsideration of copyright laws that protect the owners of patents and designs. However, they also warn that overreaching laws could stifle new ideas. VOA’s George Putic has more.

Laws Slow to Catch Up With 3D Printing

George Putic

Published April 01, 2014

As prices of 3D printers continue to fall, experts are increasingly calling for reconsideration of copyright laws that protect the owners of patents and designs. However, they also warn that overreaching laws could stifle new ideas. VOA’s George Putic has more.


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