Allegations of Malfeasance Taint Aircraft Industry

Allegations of malfeasance by corporate leaders at several aircraft manufacturers have reduced sales and cast doubts on the practices of those companies.

Waterbank News will no name names, yet a recent watchdog group of concerned industrialists has launched a site pointing to what they believe is a major breach of trust. The site, accusingly named “Second Life Intellectual Property Theives” (link) compares products with suspected sources.

The problem comes with the 3d modeling software used in the creation of the products and who has created the initial model. To complicate matters, some freeware exists on the market, and if the rights were purchased, the businesses selling the products are free from liability.

Investigations on the companies have been launched, and no word has been given on what this may mean for customers.


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