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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Microsoft tells FTC Repair poses a Cyber Risk. It doesn’t.

In comments submitted to the Federal Trade Commission, Microsoft Corp. is arguing that repairing its devices could jeopardize the cyber security of Trusted Platform Module (TPM) security chip. Don’t believe them.

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