Well, code IS free speech...
Gun and speech rights advocates posted 3D print codes Wednesday despite a judge’s order restraining Cody Wilson from posting his files for public access.
Wilson’s files were viewable and downloadable on July 27, 2018, but ARS Technica reports they “went dark” after US District Judge Robert Lansik halted their dissemination.
Wilson was scheduled to share his files broadly on August 1, 2018, as the result of a settlement with the State Department. However, Judge Lansik said, “The proliferation of these firearms will have many of the negative impacts on a state level that the federal government once feared on the international stage.”
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