French Group In Legal Row Over “Built In Obsolescence”

The group condemned products that are designed to break quickly, especially printers and ink cartridges.

A French association has launched a legal complaint against the “trick” practice of “built in obsolescence” in technological goods.

Printers – especially those made by the companies HP, Canon, Brother, and Epson – featured heavily in the open letter complaint from the association (L’association Halte à l’obsolescence programmée (HOP)).

The group condemned technology companies for allegedly deliberately building machines that are designed…

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