“This is a free-speech case,” said Mr. DeLuz. “There is no law prohibiting the online publication of this information.”
Via the WSJ:
Hours after a federal judge forced a group in Texas to remove online blueprints for 3-D printed firearms on Tuesday, gun-rights groups in California said they were publishing the files on a separate website.
The Firearms Policy Coalition and other groups pulled the plans off the website of pro-gun group Defense Distributed before the court order and are now sharing those same files on a new site, said Craig DeLuz, a spokesman for the group.
“This is a free-speech case,” said Mr. DeLuz. “There is no law prohibiting the online publication of this information.”...
Mr. DeLuz said his group wasn’t party to that legal action—and that no law prevents the group from posting the files. “We’re going to dare these eight attorneys general to challenge us,” said Mr. DeLuz.
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