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Just as last week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was wrapping up, some technology advocates released a video highlighting not the best-in-show exhibits, but “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSB_EBb2tGc.” https://youtu.be/JSB_EBb2tGc, the video was the work of the Repair Association, a trade association https://www.repair.org/members over 400 companies in the repair industry as well as consumer advocacy groups like Consumers Union, digital rights groups like the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and environmental groups like Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition.

But another approach might be simply disclosing energy consumption more prominently to potential consumers of blockchain-based products like NFTs.

“And the problem with companies like Deere and others is they want to practice something called Security Through Obscurity.

Last year, over 25 states introduced right-to-repair bills, according to another of the CES video presenters, https://www.linkedin.com/in/kylewiens, CEO of the repair site iFixit.

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