Right-to-Repair en en
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What is Right to Repair
Organizations fighting for the Right to Repair globally
- EFF's Right to Repair campaign page
- Free Geek is a group out of Portland. They repair old hardware, install open operating systems, and make it available to disadvantaged communities.
- OpenMedia is a Canadian advocacy group for digital rights. Fight For Your Right to Repair campaign page
- IFixit has collaboratively written repair guides, and is a good resource for both users and activists.
- Repair.eu; the EU focused advocacy group for Right to Repair.
- Repair.org; the leading US advocacy group for Right to Repair.
- The Restart Project; a founding member of the Right to Repair campaign in Europe.
- SecureRepairs; led by Paul Roberts. On this page, you'll find updated resources and a blog on why the Right to Repair is at the core of advancement of the technology industry
- the U.S. PIRG Right to Repair campaign, led by Nathan Proctor, drives legislation at the state level
- For a society free of planned obsolescence
Why the freedom to tinker matters by Techdirt and Kyle Wiens
Videos to watch
Fight to Repair by the FSF
Right to Repair animation videos:
LibrePlanet talks related to Right to Repair
* The Right to Repair and the DMCA by Nathan Proctor * Stewarding Technological Freedom in Agriculture by Michael Stenta, Jamie Gaehring, and Don Blair.
CNBC feature on Right to Repair.
- Louis Rossman has a YouTube channel about Right to Repair.
- Paul Roberts from SecureRepairs has a blog about the subject
- New York Times article about Right to Repair in 2020
- Kyle Wiens and Gay Gordon-Byrne speak about the Right to Repair in Spectrum
- Tabitha Whiting, How we created a throwaway society
- Why France’s New Tech ‘Repairability Index’ Is a Big Deal
- Farmers ask for 'right to repair'
- Ending over mending: planned obsolescence is killing the planet
- Right to Repair is overdue - and consumers are already leading the charge
- Big manufacturers have won past fights for the right to repair through fear-mongering.
- Without ‘right to repair,’ businesses lose time and money
The latest developments per country
Create a page about Right to Repair in your country, or read about what you can do to help in your region!
This page was a featured resource in February 2021.