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Judge extends ban publication 3D-weapons

WASHINGTON – A U.s. judge has determined that the temporary ban on the online publication of blueprints for 3D printed guns will be extended. The court determined that the ban persists, until a final judgment in the case is done.

At the end of July asked a court to ban – that Tuesday would expire in. That happened a few hours before blueprints online would come via a Texaans company, that the publication has reached an agreement with the government.

Several states are to the right stepped. Who are of the opinion that irreparable damage is caused as the designs of plastic weapons to be brought online.

The company relies on American fundamental rights as freedom of speech and possession of weapons. But according to the judge those arguments in the not the concerns of the states. Also, according to the court, insufficient to argue why the government has reached an agreement.

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