A judge on Monday extended a temporary restraining order preventing a Texas company from posting blueprints for untraceable 3D-printed guns on the internet. Under an agreement with the government, Defense Distributed in Texas was allowed to begin posting the blueprints online starting earlier this month, but 19 states and the District of Columbia sought an injunction against the settlement, arguing that the untraceable arms could be easily obtained by felons or terrorists. U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik agreed, saying, “It is the untraceable and undetectable nature of these small firearms that poses a unique danger.” Lasnik’s ruling will be in effect until the blueprints case has been resolved.
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