Kim Dotcom doesn't want 3D gun plans on Mega's servers

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Thursday, May 16, 2013

TechCrunch: File-sharing advocate Kim Dotcom doesn't want the blueprints to 3D print a firearm hosted on Mega.

After the U.S. State Department demanded that the designer of the world’s first fully printable gun remove the files from his network, New Zealand-based Dotcom committed to keeping them safely online in his offshore legal safehaven.

“I think it’s a serious threat to the security of the community. I think it’s scary that people can print 3D guns that can’t even be detected by metal detectors. This should concern everybody,” said Dotcom, according to a statement emailed to us by a spokesman.

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