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Thinking of Using Third-Party Printer Ink Cartridges? Read This First.
That's why many consumers turn to third-party printer ink cartridges, or aftermarket inks. In Consumer Reports' most recent annual printer survey, 37 percent of respondents said they have tried third-party printer ink cartridges, which can cost much ...
If You Buy It, You Own It!HuffPost

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Xerox VersaLink C7020 review
... a smorgasbord of apps instead of a traditional menu. These apps make a variety of tasks almost as intuitive as if you were using a smartphone. Xerox recommends this VersaLink model to small and medium-sized businesses, but we think it has the ...

Washington Post

How a Supreme Court ruling on printer cartridges changes what it means to buy almost anything
Washington Post
Those tactics were designed to make it more likely for customers to choose Lexmark's own cartridges, according to the Court. While there's nothing specifically illegal about this, the Court said, a company such as Lexmark can't try to use patent law to ...
Supreme Court says companies can't use patent law to sue resellersThe Verge
Supreme Court's Printer Decision Is Good News for Retailers and ConsumersFortune
US Supreme Court Protects Consumers' Right To Refill Ink Cartridges In Precedent-Setting Lexmark vs Impression CaseHot Hardware
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TerraCycle Makes Money Off Your Recycled Cigarette Butts and Flip ...
In Tom Szaky's vision of the new economy, nothing is garbage. Not cigarette butts. Not dirty diapers. Not even used tampons. Szaky, the founder of TerraCycle, a New Jersey-based garbage startup, has built a $24 million business around the belief that ...

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Chicago Daily Herald

The Supreme Court Just Bolstered Your Right to Repair Stuff
Impression Products wanted to make toner a bit cheaper by refilling Lexmark printer cartridges. Lexmark of course hated that and sued. The fight dragged on for years, and made it all the way to the US Supreme Court. This week, the highest court in the ...
The Supreme Court's ruling on printer cartridges explainedChicago Daily Herald
The US Supreme Court Is Reining in Patent Trolls, Which Is a Win for InnovationHarvard Business Review
Impression Products v. Lexmark: The Patent Exhaustion Doctrine both at Home and AbroadLexology
Patently-O -Supreme Court of the United States
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Financial Post

Printer makers are fighting to make it illegal for you to refill their cartridges. Yes, it's bonkers.
Financial Post
Of course, patentees like Lexmark are reluctant to give up that control. Lexmark sells printers. But more importantly for its bottom line, it sells ink cartridges. As anyone with a home printer can attest, the continuing cost of replacing ink can ...
Patents Are A Big Part Of Why We Can't Own Nice Things: the Supreme Court Should Fix ThatEFF

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