Secure Repairs (securepairs.org), an organization of cybersecurity and information technology professionals who support a legal right to repair, celebrates passage of Senate Bill 244 by the California legislature this week. “Nothing says success like having the 5th largest economy in the world embrace robust consumer right to repair protections,” said Paul Roberts, founder of Secure Repairs.
Oral testimony provided by Paul Roberts, founder of Secure Repairs at the July 18th hearing of the House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing “Is there a right to repair?”
Secure Repairs (securepairs.org) will take part in a hearing by a subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives week on Tuesday as it considers the question “Is there a right to repair?”
Governor Hochul threw in with Big Tech and ignored analysis that information sought by the Digital Fair Repair Act doesn’t create new cyber risks. New York families, communities and businesses will pay a steep price.
With the new year upon us, I wanted to write to update you all on on our doings in 2020…
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.
Owen Rubel of SecuRepairs testified that there is no unacceptable danger to repairing electronic devices and that repair is critical to fostering creativity and ingenuity in future generations.
SecuRepairs experts Owen Rubel and Tarah Wheeler of New America Foundation testified before the Washington State Senate in support of that state’s Digital Right to Repair bill on January 21.