‘Right To Repair’ Bill Introduced In California

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Under the legislation, consumer electronics manufacturers would be required to make repair and diagnostic information available to both product owners and independent repair shops. Device makers would also be required to make equipment and/or service parts available. Proponents of the bill cite the reduction of e-waste as one benefit, while the manufacturers remain less than thrilled with the prospect.

“The Right to Repair Act is heading to the biggest tech corporations' home state.”

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