EU resolution aims to comprehensively limit “planned obsolescence”


The European Parliament has passed a resolution calling on the European Commission (the EU’s civil service) to craft rules that will severely limit planned obsolescence in electronics by forcing manufacturers to design products to facilitate repair by third parties, extend first-part warranties, warrant and support software, label products with an estimate of their overall life-expectancy, and publicly track and disclose how long products last in the field before breaking down.


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