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This 23-page paper, written by Michael Weinberg, mainly discusses copyright related to 3D printing. The article reviews several different types of intellectual property and how United States law works with these intellectual properties, including copyright, patent, and trademark. Moreover, the article explains how 3D printing fits in the existing online copyright system and addresses several problems within that system. Copyright is discussed in two aspects: copyright on the digital file and copyright on the object being scanned to generate the digital file.

Alternate Title What's the Deal with Copyright and Three-Dimensional Printing?
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Date Issued 2013-01
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