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A new white paper written by Michael Weinberg, “What’s the Deal with Copyright and 3D Printing”, attempts to parse the legalese of copyright and establish what can and can’t be protected and how 3D printing blurs the lines of this legal protection.
People often confuse the application of copyright and patent right. Simply put, copyright covers creative works like painting, writing, sculptures and movies while patents protect useful objects like machines.
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