Academic-Library Groups Still Oppose UCITA

Jen Young pointed us to where they are Reporting Academic-library groups say they\’re still opposed to a model law intended to make software-licensing agreements uniformly enforceable in all 50 states, even though the legal group that drafted the measure eased some of its provisions this month. The library groups say the changes to the law, called the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, or Ucita, are a step in the right direction, but don\’t go far enough to protect scholars\’ interests.

The text of the model law and the revisions are both available online.