Right to Repair
New York City Bill to Ban Reuse of Lithium Ion Batteries Is ‘Absolutely Crazy,’ Right-to-Repair Advocates Warn
The bill is part of an attempt to curb the mysterious but dangerous rise in electric mobility device fires, but there’s little evidence repurposed batteries are the problem.
The Digital Fair Repair act would be groundbreaking legislation, provided the governor signs it into law.
The federal government wants to expand its energy conservation rules to include right-to-repair provisions.
The new iPhone has been completely redesigned on the inside and it’ll be much easier and cheaper to fix than previous models.
According to Repair.org and PIRG, the tractor manufacturer’s repair policies are violating the Clean Air Act.
Apple agrees to settle a class action lawsuit related to its “butterfly” keyboard, an environmental and usability disaster that plagued the company and customers for years.
The FTC labeled this practice as “deceptive” and said the company must stop the practice immediately.
The FTC is going after Westinghouse and the motorcycle manufacturer for misleading customers about warranties.
The investigation would look into the auto industry's self-regulation on the issue and how the government can keep people safe while letting them repair their own vehicles.
New York becomes the first state in the country to pass historic legislation that would make it easier to fix your things.
Jared Wilson’s struggle to keep his John Deere tractors running highlights the stranglehold the company has on the people who produce America’s food.