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The ‘Right to Repair’ Could Change The Way We Use Tech

Jerome Teh, Secondlifeasia

04-Feb-21 12:00

The ‘Right to Repair’ Could Change The Way We Use Tech

Would you repair a defective phone/tablet or get a new one? Your answer may change depending on your “right to repair”, a movement that’s gaining traction over in the US. Partly due to planned-obsolescence fatigue, the right to repair means tech companies will have to prioritise customers who would rather repair defective tech instead of having to buy new products.

Produced by: Arvindh Yuvaraj

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Arvindh Yuvaraj, and Christine Wong


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