3D Printing "DRM" Aims to Stop Next-Gen Pirates | Wyly Wade
A startup called Authentise wants to skip the file-sharing Napster era and go straight to the legal, commercial streaming services. It developed a technology that works like a Spotify for "physibles"—a newly coined term for 3D-printed objects,MIT's Technology Review reported via Motherboard. Related articles And it Begins: 3D Printing and the New Age of DRM New 3D printing DRM copies Netflix's moves to blockade physical pirates