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Many letters of opposition have been sent to members of the Drafting Committee that have not been widely distributed. This list is a subset of the collection of papers that have called for an end to the UCITA (Article 2B) project or that have raised major criticisms.

UCITA has been opposed by:

Additionally, it has been sharply criticized by the United States’ Federal Trade Commission,

Attorneys General

Software Developers

Consumer Advocates

Large Software Customers


Other independent information content developers (writers, photographers)

Entertainment industry

Magazine and newspaper publishers

Many law professors.

Bar Associations.

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