The Week in Repair: Jan 4-11

Investors call on Google to back off repair restrictions. Biden talks up repair in speech to Farm Bureau and Auto industry floats legislation in last ditch effort to derail Massachusetts expanded right to repair law.

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Week in Repair: News Highlights

Well, it was another busy week in the fight for a right to fix our stuff. To celebrate the end…

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Apple Grants Repair Indulgence for iPhones

Note: this post first appeared on the Fight To Repair, a newsletter for the right to repair community. You can…

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Repair-Off: 10 Month Old Fitness Tracker vs. 55 Year-Old Radio

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Court Decision Looms On Auto Right to Repair. A Lawyer Explains What It’s All About.

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FTC’s Vote Shows Right to Repair’s Bipartisan Face

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‘Worst In Show’ Highlights Fails on Repair, Security, Sustainability at CES

SecuRepairs will help judge the first ever “Worst In Show” awards ceremony for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) tomorrow (Friday)…

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A Big Year for Right to Repair (and SecuRepairs)

With the new year upon us, I wanted to write to update you all on on our doings in 2020…

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SecuRepairs Celebrates Huge Win for Right To Repair in Massachusetts

SecuRepairs congratulates voters in Massachusetts on Tuesday for overwhelming approving Question 1, a ballot measure that makes wireless vehicle maintenance…

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Op-Ed SecuRepairs Supports Massachusetts Question 1

Our group, SecuRepairs, represents some of the world’s top information security experts. We’re writing to urge readers to see past these industry scare tactics and VOTE YES ON #1. In our professional opinions, this small expansion to the state’s right to repair law in no way increases the risk of identity theft, cyber stalking or vehicle hacking.

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