How not to violate 3D printing laws? Report of media lawyer at Digital Rights Center, Ekaterina Abashina
Just a decade ago, the futurists predicted an explosive growth of the 3D printing market, but few people thought about legal challenges associated with it. Ekaterina Abashina, a media lawyer at the Digital Rights Center, will talk about intellectual rights in the 3D printing sector.
Her speech will take place within the open lectures on October 12 as part of the annual 3D Print Expo. She will cover legal aspects that should be taken into account when printing 3D models, laws that are effective during their production and application, as well as tell the audience when it is necessary to formalize legal relations with rightholders.
Ekaterina Abashina is an expert in digital rights, specializes in legal consulting of high-tech companies. Currently, she holds a position of a media lawyer at the Digital Rights Center. The main aspects of the company operation include:
• support for blockchain and crypto projects;
• support of the Internet projects and cloud providers;
• disputes on intellectual rights;
• compliance with the GDPR;
• protection of honor, dignity and data in the network.