More than 20 attorneys general are trying to ban 3D-printed guns

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The fight over 3D-printed guns has gone back and forth for years. One side wins, the other appeals and so on. Now, 21 US attorneys general are banding together to renew the fight and sue the Trump administration. Their lawsuit, submitted Thurs…

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The legal battle over 3D-printed guns is far from over

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Last year, Defense Distributed won a legal battle, which allowed it to continue uploading and sharing blueprints for 3D-printed guns. The decision was immediately criticized by states and gun-reform advocates. Now, a US District Judge has over…

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Recommended Reading: Taylor Swift and Spotify are… best friends?

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Taylor Swift is getting friendly with Spotify ahead of her new album, ‘Lover.’ Times have changed.
Tim Ingham,
Music Business Worldwide

Not too long ago, Taylor Swift shook off Spotify, pulling her entire catalog from the service and slamming musi…

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America’s love affair with firearms bleeds into gaming culture

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Gaming culture is rife with graphic representations of gun violence and has been since arcade goers first blew aliens out of Space Invader’s skies. You’ll be hard-pressed to find more than a handful of AAA titles designed for adults (sit down Rayman)…

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For the people in the back: Video games don’t cause violence

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Video games do not cause violent behavior. There is no scientific, consensus-backed research supporting the idea that playing video games — even bloody, realistic shooters — leads to real-life acts of brutality.

However, this misguided theo…

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ICYMI: Bulletproof origami shields and hoverbikes

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Today on In Case You Missed It: Finally, the best part of Return of the Jedi is becoming a reality. Hoversurf Inc. is building actual hoverbikes for folks to ride. Well, not right away. It’ll be a few years before you can buy one. But at least we…

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