Could 3D printing cause a new headache for brand owners? 10 Feb 12
3D printing, which allows the creation of a physical object directly from a 2D blueprint, has taken a step closer to causing problems for trademark owners, with controversial file-sharing website the Pirate Bay declaring an interest in this developing technology. Yet will this activity necessitate a new approach to anti-counterfeiting or will it be a case of ‘business as...
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