Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act

The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA) is quite similar to the UCC2B which was abandoned because there was opposition to that measure. The UCITA is a contract law that applies to computer software, multimedia products, computer data and databases, online information, and other such products. The UCITA was designed to create a uniform commercial contract law for these products and calls itself "a cyberspace commercial statute” and covers contracts that include the “shrink-wrap licenses.” The effect of this act if it manages to be passed will create uniform law in the fifty states.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the opposition to the UCITA?
What will be the business costs involved with the UCITA?


Facebook Twitter RSS