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 What is Right to Repair?

The "right to repair" movement advocates for the rights of end users' ability to freely repair or service electronics they own without any restrictions. A major goal of this movement is to alleviate throwaway culture resulting from devices which are difficult to repair by requiring manufacturers to make device parts and repair instructions readily available to the public (Source).    

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