In court, it was deemed unsafe the placement of information in the mode of general access, which would allow virtually anyone to create a firearm at home by purchasing an 3D printer.
However, in the company mentioned above, as reported by ABC, they stated that they do not violate the court decision. The argument is as follows:
The Court notes that the information cannot be shared on the Internet. But we are not sharing it in shared mode. Our content is paid. We only after payment send customers drawings or discs with relevant information.
It is noted that the number of customers is growing.
Earlier, the leadership of Defense Distributed sued the US administration, saying that the decision to ban the publication of blueprints for printing weapons on a 3D printer "violates the company's constitutional rights to do business."
In the United States legalized the storage of firearms for citizens. However, recently there has been a growth trend for Americans, who advocate tougher laws. The main reason is the increasing number of executions by firearms owners. A recent incident was shooting in Florida, where the loser “cybersportsman” (24-year-old David Katz) opened fire to kill, killing two and wounding a 9 man.