Opponents blast proposed software law

By Dorte Toft, Computer World |  Business

Miller also acknowledged that even if the draft UCITA is approved, the NCCUSL and the state legislatures "may have to make some corrections later."

But if the UCITA eventually is passed by state legislatures, becoming law, the American software industry will ship worse software than today, according to one of the most ardent opponents of UCITA, Cem Kaner, a lawyer and IT professional in Santa Clara, Calif. The economic consequences of defective software will be less, according to Kaner.

California attorney Carol Kunze has posted information about the proposed legislation at www.2Bguide.com.

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