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The right to repair is an important part of our society, technologically, but it must also not be the norm in other areas to be able to have your product repaired.
Unfortunately, this is being opposed by many companies

In this podcast, you'll learn why the right to repair is important.

Even apple's founder, Steve Wozniak, is for right to repair! He explains why:
"It used to be normal to be able to repair your own devices, in fact the tech industry was very accessible at the time and schedules were included with numerous devices. The Apple 1 Computer would never have been such a success if we didn't share these schemes"

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Seizoen 1 Episode 3 - Right to Repair

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Ik heb mijn wachtwoord gewijzigd in “onjuist.” Dus wanneer ik vergeet wat het is, zal de computer zeggen: “Uw wachtwoord is onjuist.”