3D-printed guns are here. Get used to it.
Gun Control Is Still Dead: Paloma Heindorff on Homemade Firearms and Defense Distributed After Cody Wilson
After Cody Wilson was arrested on a sex crime charge, Heindorff took the helm at Defense Distributed. Now she's leading a massive free speech battle over the right to download a gun.
The state can't scrub gun manufacturing info from the internet, so they're trying to make distributing it a crime--First Amendment be damned.
Defense Distributed and the Second Amendment Foundation insist that law violates the First Amendment, Commerce Clause, and Supremacy Clause.
Sophisticated firearms are becoming ever-easier to illicitly manufacture in basic workshops, says a new report. We'll even show you how to do it!
Reloaders and DIY gunmakers alike are motivated by innovation and a willingness to make for themselves what the government doesn't want them to have.
Ilya Vett claims he was making the gun as a "gift" for his brother. But he was still arrested and charged with attempted criminal possession of a firearm.
Wilson's passport was revoked following a warrant for his arrest in Texas for having paid sex with an underage girl.
Cody Wilson, Home Weapon-Making Pioneer, Charged with Sexual Assault for Paying for Sex with a Minor
He is not yet in custody and is believed to be in Taiwan.
The urge to suppress runs up against targets which have no form, shape, or fixed location, and can be infinitely reproduced.
Cody Wilson's attorney talks guns, speech, and "Lochner-izing the First Amendment."Listen
Officials trying to stop people from sharing information online are still raging against Napster.
The podcast crew takes on the The New York Times' controversial new hire, Trump's trade war escalations, Medicare-for-all, and 3D-printed guns.Listen
It's never been illegal to make your own firearms.
The Important but Arcane Procedural Issue That Might Upend the Restraining Order Against Defense Distributed
Did the settlement with the distributor of home gun-making hardware and software remove computer files from the United States Munitions List or just temporarily stop treating them as affected munitions?
They are years away (if ever) from becoming the choice of bad guys, who can already make untraceable weapons, so why all the fear-mongering?
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders touts President Trump's support for printed gun bans.
The government's decision to settle a lawsuit with Defense Distributed doesn't change anything significant. It's not Trump's fault. And the underlying case was as much about free speech as it was about guns.
The states allege that the Feds decision to settle its lawsuit with Defense Distributed violates administrative procedure law and the states' 10th Amendment rights.
The authorities threatened the gun-making software and hardware company. Now the company is striking back, citing its First and Second Amendment rights.
The previously prohibited computer files related to making guns at home are now legally available in resolution of long-standing lawsuit involving Cody Wilson and Defense Distributed.
The New York senator is scared that people will build semi-automatic weapons from the comfort of their homes.
A former congressman suggests that homemade plastic guns can be banned because they did not exist in 1791.
Gun owners can now enjoy First and Second Amendment safeguards.
From DIY guns to designer drugs, classic-car parts, and human livers, 3D printing promises a dynamic and uncontrollable world.
His Ghost Gunner and 3D printing are destroying the concept of gun control.
Company asks the Supreme Court to hear its case for being allowed to put 3D printing plans for guns on its website.
The novelist, activist, and BoingBoing founder on cyber warfare, Uber-style reputation economics, and what he's likely to get arrested for someday.
A wave of new technologies is making it easier for us all to flip the bird to regulators and prohibitionists.
An AR-15 in Every Home: 3D Gun Printer Cody Wilson on the Right to Resistance, Hacking the Media, and Trump
Wilson sat down with Reason TV to discuss his new memoir "Come and Take It: The Gun Printer's Guide to Thinking Free."
Defense Distributed, of 3D-Printed Gun Fame, Requests Rehearing on Denial of Its Injunction Against the State Department for Crushing Its Free Speech Rights
Is hosting a file that instructs a 3D printer how to make a plastic gun such a threat to national security that the First Amendment must take a back seat?
Is plastic gun printer Cody Wilson an 'open source terrorist' or a free speech hero?
In 3D-Printed Gun Case, Federal Court Permits Speech Censorship in the Name of Alleged National Security
Prior restraint keeps blueprints off the Internet.
New exhibit at Boston Museum of Fine Arts showcases the promise of technology and fashion.
Rep. Thomas Massie and 14 Colleagues File Amicus Brief in Case Regarding Barring Distribution of 3D Weapon Printing Files
Massie's brief argues State Department claiming powers to halt speech related to 3D weapon printing that the relevant law does not, and cannot, give.
Increasingly sophisticated homemade guns are so entrenched cops fear their use by organized crime, so now let's fret over desktop weapons of mass destruction.
Judge not sure that government preventing the distribution of software files related to 3D-printing a pistol violates First or Second Amendment.
Fighting the State Department’s Crushing First and Second Amendment Rights in the Name of “Munitions Export Control”
Cody Wilson's legal team explains why the State Department should stop violating his-and our-First and Second Amendment rights over 3D printing files.
The Government Wants You to Get Its Permission Before Discussing Gunmaking Information on the Internet (or Anywhere)
ITAR wants to codify awful practices 3D printed gun guru Cody Wilson is suing them over.
Threatening the 3D weapon guru over gunmaking files on the Internet violates his First Amendment rights--and everyone's Second Amendment rights
Free Speech and Right to Bear Arms Both Violated by Keeping Him From Spreading Software that Helps People Make Guns At Home, Wilson insists.
"This has shown that anyone can illegally manufacture guns with a 3D printer."