Controversial digital objects can be encrypted with algorithmic distortion to keep their identity unknown.
The Greater Manchester Police force found “a 3D printer and what is suspected to be a 3D plastic magazine and trigger…” Or did they?
Gartner’s “Top 10 predictions for IT Organizations and Users for 2014 and Beyond.” includes two concerns in store for 3D printing.
FabSecure is a cloud based file management and encryption suite that networks 3D printers and protects prints.
At DEF CON 21, MIT students release software that generates 3D printable copies of high-security keys.
While some have expressed fear at the possibility that 3D printing could be used for evil, it’s essential that we all remember how much good the technology can do.
it looks like Oregon’s State Representative Jim Weidner would like to see some 3D printer manufacturers come to, or start up in, his state.
Canada’s Global TV’s “3D Printing: Make anything you want,” presents an extensive look at 3D printing technology and industry, complete with interviews of some movers and shakers.
Michael Weinburg and Public Knowledge has just published a new whitepaper called “What’s the Deal with Copyright and 3D Printing?” Free to read at the link in the article.