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Anti built-in obsolescence demonstration

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - JANUARY 8: Activists from 'Cool Products' demonstrate in front of the Albert Borschette Conference Centre against the planned obsolescence of devices: #RightToRepair in Brussels, Belgium on January 8, 2019. Built-in obsolescence is the set of techniques by which a marketer aims to deliberately reduce the life of a product to increase its replacement rate. It may be a material deliberately designed to not be able to "evolve", or products whose design includes deliberate "fragilities." In both cases, the "market maker" aims to maintain a renewal market, for example by technological obsolescence, esteem or aesthetics. (Photo by Thierry Monasse/Getty Images)
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - JANUARY 8: Activists from 'Cool Products' demonstrate in front of the Albert Borschette Conference Centre against the planned obsolescence of devices: #RightToRepair in Brussels, Belgium on January 8, 2019. Built-in obsolescence is the set of techniques by which a marketer aims to deliberately reduce the life of a product to increase its replacement rate. It may be a material deliberately designed to not be able to "evolve", or products whose design includes deliberate "fragilities." In both cases, the "market maker" aims to maintain a renewal market, for example by technological obsolescence, esteem or aesthetics. (Photo by Thierry Monasse/Getty Images)
Anti built-in obsolescence demonstration
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