Monday, July 26

Steve Wozniak

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Steve Wozniak asks companies for the right to redress | Digital Trends Spanish

Steve Wozniak, one of the founders of Apple, believes that companies should give users more chances to repair their products and stop depending so much on the policies with which they are sold. Speaking through Cameo, Wozniak explained why he is an advocate for what is called the right to reparation. And that, were it not for the open technology of the time, Apple probably wouldn't even exist. In the early years of Apple, the Apple II was sold with a complete blueprint of its operation, so that users could make repairs on their own if necessary. Something that is completely the opposite of what happens now, with users practically slaves to company policies. "The time has come to really recognize the right to repair," Wozniak believes, while ensuring that there is no need to limit the ...