New larger 3D printers now can produce a variety of objects for business and medical use by using polymers and plastics to reproduce complex digital design files. Answer these questions: How might the use of smaller, affordable 3D printers in the home affect the owners and manufacturers of copyrighted objects that have digital design files—for example, toys, musical instruments, or jewelry? Should copyright owners be compensated whenever their objects are copied by home users? What other aspects of 3D printing should government regulate, if any? Evaluate the following statement: Software piracy levels are more rampant outside of the United States due to the differences in enforcement of copyright laws, which is due to (a) a country’s relative poverty or relative economic wealth, which determines the national priority for enforcing copyright laws, and (b) cultural norms. These differences add to the difficulty in enforcing consistent copyright standards transnationally.