Despite years of controversy and objections from some powerful opponents, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws has passed a model law to regulate electronic commerce.

Now the fight over the Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act, or UCITA, shifts to state legislatures. There, UCITA’s backers will face formidable foes who say the proposal is too broad and conflicts with existing copyright and intellectual property laws.

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