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Internet Publication of 3D Printing Files About Guns: Facts and What’s at Stake

When it comes to guns, nearly everyone has strong views. When it comes to Internet publication of 3D printed guns, those strong views can push courts and regulators into making hasty, dangerous legal precedents that will hurt the public's ability … Continue reading

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EU – 3D printing: sorting out the legal issues

EU Parliament News: “3D printing is transforming how products are made, but many legal issues such civil liability and intellectual property rights still need to be clarified. Additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, is changing how products are designed, … Continue reading

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Bureau of Engraving and Printing Launches EyeNote™App to Help the Blind and Visually Impaired Denominate US Currency

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) has developed a free downloadable application (app) to assist the blind and visually impaired denominate US currency. The app is called EyeNote™. EyeNote™ is a mobile device app designed for Apple iPhone (3G, … Continue reading

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Opening: Librarian (Assessment Specialist), U.S. Government Printing Office

GPO is currently recruiting for the position of Librarian (Assessment Specialist). This position is in the GPO Central Office in Washington, DC. The Office of Education and Outreach is responsible for the development and implementation of the Public Access Assessment… … Continue reading

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