A spat over proposed changes in the commercial code to reflect the growing business of online transactions is pitting state attorneys general, including New Jersey’s, against a group trying to unify such laws in all the states.
Opponents of the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, or UCITA, say it favors big business at the expense of consumers and small businesses.
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