Author Topic: Patent law and 3D printing and a right to repair talk with Matthew Rimmer.  (Read 74 times)

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This is a good talk by an Australian legal scholar on the need for a "right to repair" specifically one involving 3D printing.

Matthew Rimmer is very good. He's a bright light in the legal world in a subject like this.

Australia has a traditional history of having a local right to repair.

"He is undertaking research on intellectual property and 3D printing; the regulation of robotics and artificial intelligence; and intellectual property and public health (particularly looking at the coronavirus COVID-19). His work is archived at QUT ePrints, SSRN Abstracts, Bepress Selected Works, and Open Science Framework".

"What the large print giveth, the small print taketh away."
 


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