Title

Consumer Perceptions of the Right to Repair

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2021

Abstract

Part I of this Article details the strategies upon which device makers rely to frustrate repair. Part II considers legislative interventions intended to push back on existing barriers to repair, with a particular focus on the set of bills introduced in state legislatures across the United States. Part III describes the results of a survey of more than 800 U.S. consumers, focusing on their expectations of and experiences with the repair of electronic devices. The legal and policy implications of those results are discussed in Part IV.

Comments

Work published when author not on University of Michigan Faculty.


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