CC-PlusDesign.eu—or how to apply Creative Commons licences to 3D printed products in the light of the most recent developments of the european court of justice case law
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Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
In recent years, 3D printing has become widespread due to the popularisation of new technologies and the diffusion of a culture based on access to and reuse of knowledge. This blend can be called Open Design. Many Open Design supporters argue that 3D printing technology... View more
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