Chris Dodd with AACS Encryption Key
by CosmoWenman, published
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A crude little portrait of a crude little man - Chris Dodd emblazoned with the 09F9 AACS encryption key. Print it, and behold the visage of yesteryear.
I created this object and published a torrent of it on The Pirate Bay as soon as those crazy bastards announced their "physibles" category on January 23, 2012: http://thepiratebay.se/blog/203 - CW
"Admittedly not a great deal is on the Pirate Bayâ€™s page yet except blueprints for a model pirate ship, a 3D Chris Dodd engraved with the AACS Encryption Key, a dildo and a whistle"
"Our favorite: a 3D picture of MPAA chairman Chris Dodd over an AACS encryption key, or as the torrent puts it, "A crude little 3D printable portrait of a crude little man."
â€“ Brad Chacos, Maximum PC
"Frankly, the printable Chris Dodd is more interesting"
â€“ Richard Read, The Car Connection
"There is already a â€œ3D Printable Chris Doddâ€ in a swipe at the controversial MPAA boss"
â€“ Music Ally
"there is one particularly amusing item: a 3D-printable portrait of MPAA CEO Chris Dodd" â€¦ "So if you have a 3D printer and would like a constant reminder of "the visage of yesteryear", go ahead and extrude yourself one today."
â€“ Leigh Beadon, Techdirt
"As a joke, there is also a 3D printable Chris Dodd."
â€“ Zach Walton, WebProNews
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