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Materials that we hope are useful to the press: (This page is updated by Cem Kaner, hosted by Cem Kaner and David Pels. Please let us know if there are other materials that you'd find helpful.)

Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act

Summary of objections to UCITA (Kaner, July 28, 1999; these apply to the version of UCITA that was passed by NCCUSL on the 29th.)
Op-Ed on UCITA (Kaner & Pels, available for free use by the press, July 1999).
Op-Ed for the technical community (Kaner & Pels, Network World, 1999).
List of opponents to UCITA
14 Attorneys General attack UCITA    July 23,1 999
11 More Attorneys General attack UCiTA    July 28, 1999
Federal Trade Commission criticizes UCITA


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The articles at this web site are not legal advice. They do not establish a lawyer/client relationship between me and you. I took care to ensure that they were well researched at the time that I wrote them, but the law changes quickly. By the time you read this material, it may be out of date. Also, the laws of the different States are not the same. These discussions might not apply to your circumstances. Please do not take legal action on the basis of what you read here, without consulting your own attorney.
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