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NEWSFLASH: 3D Printers Are Still Really Neat!

NEWSFLASH: 3D Printers Are Still Really Neat!

Although in previous years, 3D printers were much more commonly used to alleviate overworked architecture and engineering students from their model-making duties, The New York Times reports that because the cost of a 3D printer has become so relatively inexpensive, in the upcoming years, people are likely to have one sitting at home.  Bits Blogger Nick Bilton explains that this development is likely to change our (already confusing) concept of ownership and copyright law.

For more on the IP issues surrounding 3D printing, check out this great article we posted about this very topic back in August!

Daniela Alvarado

Daniela Alvarado is a 3L at Fordham Law and IPLJ’s very own Symposium Editor. She is an avid Central Park runner, enjoyer of West Coast sunshine, and internet troller. Daniela’s note on the first sale doctrine was published in IPLJ Volume XXII Book 4. She hopes to one day pursue a career involving technology and the law.