Can 3D Printing Lead to Copyright Infringement?

A few months ago, I co-authored a paper with Amulya Chinmaye titled “Printing a Revolution: The Challenges of 3D Printing on Copyright which was published by the George Washington Law Review.

In this paper, we argue that while 3D printing is going to revolutionize the world, our copyright laws are woefully inadequate to deal with the challenges that are likely to arise. An urgent reform is needed to ensure that 3D printing leads to progresses without causing disruption.

The paper can be cited as – Saahil Dama & Amulya Chinmaye, June 2016, 84 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. Arguendo 68.

Questions are welcome!

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