Distribution for Liberator 3D-Printed Gun Moves to Pirate Bay
In a perhaps unsurprising turn of events, the U.S. State Department is uncomfortable with the idea that people can download plans for the Liberator -- a 3D-printed plastic gun capable of firing a single round -- online. Apparently, that sort of thing may be in violation of laws governing arms trafficking. Defense Distributed, the open source weapon firearms aficionados behind the project have received a request to remove files containing blueprints for the Liberator from their site, which they've complied with. The Pirate Bay, though, also has copies of the files available for download, and, well, they're not exactly quick to take things down in the face of government requests.Read on...
Guy Orders TV From Amazon, Receives Very Large Gun Instead
Since this is 2012, you've probably purchased something from the Internet before. Since you made a purchase over the Internet, it's likely that something went wrong with the order; receiving the wrong item, a shipping address misunderstanding, or perhaps an incorrect charge on your credit card. For Washington D.C. resident Seth Horvitz, his television purchase on Amazon took a very odd, somewhat dangerous turn when instead of said television, he received a very large gun.Read on...