Monday, June 02, 2003

Another state enacts "bomb shelter" protecting residents from UCITA

beSpacific has this report on another state that has adopted a law to protect its residents from the application of the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, noting that such laws have been passed in Iowa, West Virginia, North Carolina and now Vermont. Also on the Vermont law is this story from the Insurance Journal.

Virginia is one of what I thought were only two states (the other being Maryland) that have passed UCITA - it is here in the Virginia Code.

Update - I notice via Brian Peterson's Legal Weblog this interview published on with the Attorney General of New York Elliott Spitzer, which notes his vehement opposition to UCITA and some stock provisions in end-user license agreements.

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