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Personal computing, the Internet, social networking: Each of these disruptive technologies created new legal challenges to the prevailing order. And yet, even as businesses — and the courts — continue to sort out lingering legal challenges to yesterday’s latest disruptions, a new technology exists on the horizon that promises to unsettle the landscape yet again. One could be forgiven for believing that 3-D printing — essentially the ability to design and "print" three-dimensional objects — remains either in the scope of far-fetched science fiction, or out of reach for the masses on account of being hopelessly expensive and complicated. Both of those assumptions, however, are wrong.
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