Eugene Volokh Cited in Philadelphia Inquirer on 3D Printed Firearm Debate

Professor Eugene Volokh was cited by The Philadelphia Inquirer on the current debate surrounding 3D Printable guns and whether or not the government has the right to restrict distribution of printable instructions. The core problem is faced with defining code as a “book” or speech, or rather hardware, which can be banned by the government. “Those are the two rival analogies, and the problem is that the law hasn’t really told us which of these analogies is the sound one.”
Professor Volokh also quoted in Chief Executive Magazine on the rights of businesses to refuse service based on political views.