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    Written by:Gadget Review Last Updated: 15 Nov 2021

    Eastman Kodak vs Image Technical Services Case

    a decision that is known as a landmark case in the right to repair movement.…

    Motor Vehicle Owners Right to Repair Act

    The Motor Vehicle Owners Right to Repair Act is a general label for a set…

    Kirtsaeng V. Wiley

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    Impression Products Inc v Lexmark International Inc

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    What is Batterygate?

    Imagine checking your cell phone's battery to see it at 50%, thinking you have plenty…

    What is Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act?

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    What is Planned Obsolescence?

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    What is a CPG?

    Consumer packaged goods (CPG), also known as fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), sell quickly and have…

    What is the Right to Repair?

    The right to repair movement is a collection of consumer rights activists who want the…

    Massachusetts Question 1, “Right to Repair Law”

    Question 1 is the "Right to Repair Law" Vehicle Data Access Requirement Initiative. It is…

    IBM 1956 Consent Decree

    When we think of IBM (International Business Machines Corporation) today, we often think about computers…

    Durable vs. Nondurable Goods

    Products that cost much money yet last three years or more are considered durable. Soft…

    What is DMCA?

    Chances are if you follow any YouTubers or Twitch streamers, you've probably heard them complain…

    What is Lobbying?

    What is Lobbying? It is an attempt by an individual or a group of people…

    What is a Durable Good?

    Durable goods, also known as hard goods or consumer durables, sell slowly and have a…