“Like human beings, they have their own writing signature,” the lead researcher told VICE News.
The self-described "crypto-anarchist" is now facing second-degree felony charges, and if convicted, could be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison.
Wilson allegedly met the victim, a girl younger than 17, on SugarDaddyMeet.
“I am about to give you one hell of a week”: Crypto-anarchist resumes putting 3D gun blueprints online after judge’s order
He says he found a loophole in the judge's order that allows him to mail the files, instead of offering them as downloadable attachments.
A federal judge in Seattle just upheld a preliminary injunction against uploading 3D gun blueprints online.
A federal judge in Seattle, Washington, issued a restraining order against the site Tuesday night.
Thanks to New Jersey.
States are suing to get 3D gun blueprints offline that have already been downloaded thousands of times
The blueprints were set to go online Aug. 1, but the uploads started early.
In the last few days, outrage over the Trump administration’s decision to settle the long-stalled case has escalated.
A self-described "crypto-anarchist" finally won his five-year legal battle with the government to put blueprints for 3D-printed guns on the internet.
Issues of free speech, personal liberty, and national identity get explored in the ‘American Gun Show’ exhibition.