It includes discussion of First Amendment challenges to Internet regulation, the Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act, new law arising from the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and reviews the enforceability of "web click" or "web wrap" agreements.
What does UCITA stand for?
UCITA stands for Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- University Committee on Information Strategy Policy (Australian National University; Canberra, Australia)
- Ukrainian Centre for International Security Studies
- University Committee on Information Systems and Technology (University of Waterloo; Canada)
- University Consortium on Instructional Shake Tables
- Ulster Community Investment Trust
- Undertakings for Collective Investments in Transferable Securities
- University Center Information Technology (University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Charlotte, NC)
- University Committee on Information Technology (various universities)
- University of Cincinnati Information Technologies (Ohio)
- User-Centered Information Technology
- University Center for Innovations in Teaching and Education (Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland, OH)
- Undertaking for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities
- Union of Christmas Island Workers (Australian trade union)
- Union of Commercial and Industrial Workers (Trinidad and Tobago)
- Union Cholet Judo (French: Cholet Judo Union; Cholet, France)
- Unité de Coordination Jeunesse (French)
- Universal Classics and Jazz
- University College Jutland (Skejbyvej, Århus, Denmark)
- University Council of Jamaica (est. 1987; Kingston, Jamaica)
- Universidad Camilo José Cela (Spanish)
Samples in periodicals archive:
UCITA In early 2003, the American Bar Association rejected the Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act (UCITA, 2003).
The hotly debated Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act (UCITA), which has been agreed at a federal level, has now been passed to every US State government for adoption.