Securepairs Featured on Vice: The Question 1 Discussion

Securepairs founder and right to repair advocate, Paul Roberts, discusses the controversy around Question 1 in a new Vice article…

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Let There Be Tractor Repair.

Amid recent uproar for the right to repair throughout the farming community, Senator Jon Tester joined the call for action…

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Want to Take Down Big Tech? Buy Used.

While tech moguls appear to be taking over the world one app, device, and multi-million dollar buyout at a time,…

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Apple’s Commitment to Sustainability Forgoes Repair

Apple recently announced their commitment to reducing their corporate emissions to 100 percent carbon neutral by 2030, joining other tech…

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Expansion for Right to Repair Law set for Nov. Ballot

After facing a challenge from the Coalition for Safe and Secure Data, increased access to automobile data is now set…

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Video: Securing the Long Now: Digital Right to Repair and the IoT Panel

If you’ve been looking for a concise discussion of the issues surrounding a digital right to repair and the Internet…

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As COVID Surges, OEMs Sideline Lifesaving Devices with Repair Restrictions

Amid the Covid pandemic, the right to repair has proven to be essential now more than ever and in some…

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Citing Climate Goals, E.U. Looks to Measure Repair-ability

A new EU rule states that manufacturers will be required to define “parameters and methods” regarding the ability to repair and reuse devices.

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Testimony: Tarah Wheeler, New America

On Tuesday, January 21, 2020, SecuRepairs member Tarah Wheeler was among those who appeared before a Washington State Senate Committee considering a bill to establish a digital “right to repair” in that state. This is her testimony.

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Securing a Right to Repair: Looking Back at our First Year

Eight months after our official launch, SecuRepairs has notched impressive gains in our advocacy for a digital right to repair with more than 140 members, participation in an FTC Workshop, a panel at DEFCON and testimony before state legislators. A state-by-state battle to win a digital right to repair lies ahead of us in 2020.

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