Uniform Computer Information Transactions ActThe 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?