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Hey there. Here are the major right to repair stories in the 10/07/2021 edition:
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Replace Less & Repair More - Africa.com

Jonathan Hurvitz, Teljoy CEO. Right to Repair is a movement that, simply, seeks to legally compel manufacturers to make spare parts of the products they ...
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Bowing to investors, Microsoft will make its devices easier to fix | Grist

Many state legislatures are actively considering bills that codify the right to repair, and in July, the Federal Trade Commision, or FTC, vowed to “ramp up ...
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Why calls for 'right-to-repair' rules are revving up again for vehicles in Canada

Like a lot of auto repair shops, there are tire-changing machines, compressors and an alignment rack. A sign of the times, owner Emily Chung also added a ...
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Why calls for 'right-to-repair' rules are revving up again for vehicles in Canada | CBC News

While most Canadians can get their vehicle fixed wherever they want these days, she worries that independent shops could be left behind by new cars — linked ...
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VIEWS FROM PARLIAMENT HILL - Collision Repair Magazine

label to Right to Repair to encompass the broader movement and urged citizens to let the candidates in their respective ridings know that they want to keep the ...
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Apple and Google under antitrust scrutiny in Japan for mobile OS - Nikkei Asia

TOKYO -- Japan's Fair Trade Commission will investigate whether Apple and Google are leveraging their dominance in the smartphone operating system market to ...
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Try to fix Valve's Steam Deck at your own peril - Yahoo Canada Style

This machine isn't the poster child for right to repair advocates, even if it's easier to fix than other devices. TRENDING.
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Try to fix Valve's Steam Deck at your own peril | Engadget

This machine isn't the poster child for right to repair advocates, even if it's easier to fix than other devices.
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Planned obsolescence - how Big Tech manipulates consumers to spend again and again

The Right to Repair movement has gained significant traction in the past few years. Activists in the EU, US, and Australia aligned with the movement have ...
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YouTuber stacks 42 broken PS4s to promote right to repair | TweakTown

YouTuber stacks 42 broken PS4s to promote right to repair. YouTube TronixFix stacks 42 broken PlayStation 4's on top of one another to highlight the ...
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Reuters: the EU will charge Apple over anti-competitive practices with Apple Pay - GSMArena.com

(e.g. preventing right to repair, patenting edges of screen https://www.theverge.com/2012/11/7/3614506/apple-patents-rectangle-with-rounded-corners and ...
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4 simple tips to minimise your everyday waste | National Geographic

That's why France now requires products (such as smartphones and laptops) to be labelled with a repairability score. Worldwide, the “right to repair” movement ...
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Paul F. Roberts, Founder, SecuRepairs
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