it is an interesting philosophical-legal debate for sure...as technology becomes more accessible/distributable, at what point does it stop being speech and become action?
I could understand the Govt getting involved if he was actually fabricating firearms and exporting them, then the regulations they are citing would come into play... But he's not, he is just giving info on how to make one.
Same as if I drew a blue print of a basic gun and posted the picture on the net, would I be in the same situation?
Why doesn't the govt ban all chemistry books, since someone could make a bomb with the info in them