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Jackson's Bistro is the nicest restaurant within walking distance of the Tampa Convention Center, and right now, at lunchtime, it is overrun with soldiers in fatigues. The place is like an anthill. From the elevated bar, where I am waiting for the host to grant me a blessed table, you can see a line of soldiers ...
The world's first 3D-printed gun was successfully fired in 2013, about 18 years after 3D printing entered the mass market. The gun was created by a controversial group called Defense Distributed, which made the gun on a printer the organization bought on eBay for $8,000. At the time, the group's founder ...

3D printed guns are a bit of a self-invented self-fulfilling prophecy by the media whereby enough attention will result in money and supporters being directed to increase the effort of 3D printing guns. 3D printing guns will only be an actual thing to worry about if the media has generated enough interest in it ...
Taaki worked on the project with Cody Wilson, the inventor of the 3-D printed gun. Many people raved about the compartmentalization Dark Wallet offered, but banks and intelligence agencies added Wilson and Taaki to their list of high-risk individuals. Then, at the height of the development process, the ...
On this week's If Then, Slate's April Glaser and Will Oremus try to make sense of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's rare honest assessment of his company's shortfalls, and what new state regulations mean for self-driving cars and trucks. Cody Wilson, the man behind the first 3-D–printed gun, joins the hosts to talk ...
According to Cargill, the price of bitcoin and gun purchases had a direct correlation: both increased at the same time. Defense Distributed's Cody Wilson, who achieved infamy by making the world's first 3D-printed gun, reached a similar conclusion. But blockchain's technology is a double-edged sword.

And why is a 3D-printed gun speech? I'm not saying guns are speech. What we developed and shared online was not the gun, it was the files that could create the gun. The pieces of software that could be used. Sharing that software was a political speech act, and because it can be changed and evaluated ...
The deaths of 17 victims in the Florida school shooting this week sparked yet another round of the gun control debate in the United States. Largely due to New Zealand's more restrictive regulation of gun ownership, it's a debate that doesn't often stretch to this side of the world. However, with the rise of 3D ...
Back in January, homemade firearms organization Defense Distributed was dealt a blow when the Supreme Court turned down the chance to intervene in its 3D printed guns court case. That decision meant Defense Distributed v. State would be sent back to the western district of Texas, which leaves the ...
Cody Wilson holds the world's first 3D printed handgun, The Liberator. (Photo: AP Photo/Austin American Statesman, Jay Janner). The Supreme Court turned down its chance to weigh-in on regulations for 3-D printed firearms — for now. The high court announced its decision Jan. 8, sending Defense ...
Defense Distributed calls on Supreme Court to lift ban of sharing 3D printed gun files ... While elsewhere in the world, 3D printed guns and firearms are a more or less black and white topic—people are not allowed to make or own unregistered guns, therefore untraceable 3D printed guns are illegal—within ...
The Supreme Court is scheduled to consider a cert petition in Defense Distributed v. State Department as part of its conference today. A little over a year ago, I wrote a post for Lawfare detailing the case, which arose out of the federal government's attempts to regulate the practice of 3-D printing firearms.
The Supreme Court is scheduled to consider a cert petition in Defense Distributed v. State Department as part of its conference today. A little over a year ago, I wrote a post for Lawfare detailing the case, which arose out of the federal government's attempts to regulate the practice of 3-D printing firearms.
Defense Distributed sued the State Department after the department asked it to remove its CAD files for 3-D printed guns from the internet. The State Department said the company needed to get prior approval before posting the files online because they potentially included technical data related to defense ...
With the proper equipment and knowledge, someone could use the CAD files to create a 3D-printed gun. The government quickly ordered the files removed (under threat of severe penalties) because it determined that the files ran afoul of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), which prevent ...
While it is certainly proper for the government to prohibit telling the North Koreans how to make a nuclear bomb, Defense Distributed believes that the government went too far in extending ITAR to cover CAD files for small, 3D-printed guns. GettyImages-173774702 The Liberator pistol in the hands of ...
In the darker corners of the Internet where search engines cannot go, black markets offer pistols, machine guns, even explosives — and most worrisome to security researchers, computer aided design, or CAD, files for 3D-printed guns. A new report from RAND looked at 811 weapons listings on a dozen ...

Watching all of these criminals, each with unique skill sets, defending the Artemis and each other from The Wolf King and his goons using knives and 3D-printed guns should make for the kind of creative action movie that stands out from the crowd. There is something tongue-in-cheek about the whole thing, ...
"That taken in account, the legislators have to have the tough conversations regarding gun control, and I support them in those conversations. As sheriff, I will enforce the laws as they are written." Mendrick said 3D-printed guns are becoming an increasing problem. "That's somebody that's bypassing every ...
The deaths of 17 victims in the Florida school shooting this week sparked yet another round of the gun control debate in the United States. Largely due to New Zealand's more restrictive regulation of gun ownership, it's a debate that doesn't often stretch to this side of the world. However, with the rise of 3D ...
His expressed his disdain for the government through work on projects such as the 'untraceable' Bitcoin, Dark Wallet, and Dark Market, an FBI-proof Silk Road. His collaborator on these projects, Cody Wilson, achieved infamy with his 3D printed guns. In 2015 he disappeared without warning, resurfacing in ...
His expressed his disdain for the government through work on projects such as the 'untraceable' Bitcoin, Dark Wallet, and Dark Market, an FBI-proof Silk Road. His collaborator on these projects, Cody Wilson, achieved infamy with his 3D printed guns. In 2015 he disappeared without warning, resurfacing in ...
Amir Taaki is notorious in the bitcoin world for his radical political beliefs and technical skills—which is saying something in a culture that has spawned a cast of infamous characters, like the cryptocurrency magnate “Bitcoin Jesus” or the rapper CoinDaddy. Taaki, 29, an influential bitcoin voice and ...
Solid Concepts, a pioneer of 3D printing technology, has fired test rounds using a 3D printed gun. This could translate into a massive headache for governments and public safety agencies. It's expected that the next few years will witness regulation and legal framework development around the concept of ...
We'll cut to the chase: a severed arm writes an expository note, worms explode Alien-style from a human body, someone both drowns and freezes at the same time, there are some 3D-printed guns and some fights, the requisite getting-sucked-into-deep space moment and a literal chase is abruptly cut to ...
Back in January, homemade firearms organization Defense Distributed was dealt a blow when the Supreme Court turned down the chance to intervene in its 3D printed guns court case. That decision meant Defense Distributed v. State would be sent back to the western district of Texas, which leaves the ...
“All handguns will eventually be available for people to produce for themselves, and to do in the privacy of their own home,” said Cody Wilson in a piece for Reason. If you don't know who Wilson is, here is a primer. In May 2013, through his Austin, Texas-based company Defense Distributed, Wilson created ...
In this continuation of GRI's series on the emerging technologies of war, Mauro Lubrano explains how additive manufacturing – or 3D printing – has the potential to impact the modus operandi of terrorist organizations, especially with regards to the ease of obtaining arms.
The relative easiness of such a process was demonstrated, as private citizens – resounding examples are Cody Wilson and Yoshimoto Imura – have designed and developed their own 3D printed guns with home ... Significantly, a 3D printed gun was found in a luggage at the Reno-Tahoe airport in 2016.
Defense Distributed calls on Supreme Court to lift ban of sharing 3D printed gun files ... While elsewhere in the world, 3D printed guns and firearms are a more or less black and white topic—people are not allowed to make or own unregistered guns, therefore untraceable 3D printed guns are illegal—within ...
Defense Distributed calls on Supreme Court to lift ban of sharing 3D printed gun files ... While elsewhere in the world, 3D printed guns and firearms are a more or less black and white topic—people are not allowed to make or own unregistered guns, therefore untraceable 3D printed guns are illegal—within ...
The Supreme Court is scheduled to consider a cert petition in Defense Distributed v. State Department as part of its conference today. A little over a year ago, I wrote a post for Lawfare detailing the case, which arose out of the federal government's attempts to regulate the practice of 3-D printing firearms.
The Supreme Court is scheduled to consider a cert petition in Defense Distributed v. State Department as part of its conference today. A little over a year ago, I wrote a post for Lawfare detailing the case, which arose out of the federal government's attempts to regulate the practice of 3-D printing firearms.
Defense Distributed sued the State Department after the department asked it to remove its CAD files for 3-D printed guns from the internet. The State Department said the company needed to get prior approval before posting the files online because they potentially included technical data related to defense ...
With the proper equipment and knowledge, someone could use the CAD files to create a 3D-printed gun. The government quickly ordered the files removed (under threat of severe penalties) because it determined that the files ran afoul of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), which prevent ...
While it is certainly proper for the government to prohibit telling the North Koreans how to make a nuclear bomb, Defense Distributed believes that the government went too far in extending ITAR to cover CAD files for small, 3D-printed guns. GettyImages-173774702 The Liberator pistol in the hands of ...
One of the most interesting, and worrying, products available on the Dark Web are CAD, or computer-aided design, files for 3D-printed guns and gun components. RAND found that some of the digital files for 3D printing contained much more than one design. Some “providing files for printing of a larger ...
One of the most interesting, and worrying, products available on the Dark Web are CAD, or computer-aided design, files for 3D-printed guns and gun components. RAND found that some of the digital files for 3D printing contained much more than one design. Some “providing files for printing of a larger ...
We all know of the benefits that 3D printing technology can offer and the potential that it has to revolutionize manufacturing and even save lives, but less frequently discussed are the inherent dangers. The open-source, accessible nature of the technology means that all kinds of products can be produced by ...
In the darker corners of the Internet where search engines cannot go, black markets offer pistols, machine guns, even explosives — and most worrisome to security researchers, computer aided design, or CAD, files for 3D-printed guns. A new report from RAND looked at 811 weapons listings on a dozen ...
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... printed guns, we were unable to locate a single example of such a weapon having been used to commit a violent crime. There are a few reasons for that, said Matt Stultz, the digital fabrication editor for the magazine Make: (where I edit a weekly newsletter). The main one: The type of 3D printed gun you ...
Back in January, homemade firearms organization Defense Distributed was dealt a blow when the Supreme Court turned down the chance to intervene in its 3D printed guns court case. That decision meant Defense Distributed v. State would be sent back to the western district of Texas, which leaves the ...
Cody Wilson holds the world's first 3D printed handgun, The Liberator. (Photo: AP Photo/Austin American Statesman, Jay Janner). The Supreme Court turned down its chance to weigh-in on regulations for 3-D printed firearms — for now. The high court announced its decision Jan. 8, sending Defense ...
While the project in question at the College of Charleston was only a prop, the technology behind 3D-printed guns is several years old. The first known successful firing of a 3D-printed gun in the United States took place in 2013. Wired magazine featured the burgeoning subculture of gun-printing ...
“I think this is going to be a growing problem, especially with the advent of 3-D printed guns,” Adam Winkler, a gun policy expert and law ...
He said 3D-printed guns have not yet surfaced in Britain but he technology is there to print them not just in plastic but also in metal, which is ...
At 29, Wilson fired a shot across the bow of gun control in 2013 with the Liberator, the world's first 3D printed gun. The aim of the self-described ...
At 29, Wilson fired a shot across the bow of gun control in 2013 with the Liberator, the world's first 3D printed gun. The aim of the self-described ...
At 29, Wilson fired a shot across the bow of gun control in 2013 with the Liberator, the world's first 3D printed gun. The aim of the self-described ...


 

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