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No glasses required: 3D printing and the current Canadian IP framework – Lexology.
Casting 3D Printing’s Coming IP Litigation: Usual Suspects and Dark Horses – Bloomberg Law.
Printing Life | The Scientist Magazine®.
More Data Can Mean Less Guessing About the Economy – NYTimes.com.
Will the Explosion of 3D Printing Mark the Implosion of Copyright Law? | Law, Technology & Arts Blog.
AP wins big: Why a court said clipping content is not fair use — paidContent.
The 1709 Blog: Will 3D printing be the new minefield for infringement?.