Will 3-D Printing Drive The Future Of File Sharing?

Will 3-D Printing Drive The Future Of File Sharing?

Pirate Bay, the popular site believes that this new technology might be at the center of online exchange in years to come.

Sam McNerney
  • 24 january 2012

The popular file sharing website The Pirate Bay has bold plans for the future. With the future of 3D-printing looking promising the Swedish website created “Physibles,” a category where people can go to share schematics for 3D-printable objects. They believe that, “the future of sharing is about physible data,” and explain the implications for the future:

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