Controversial ‘time bomb’ legislation fizzles


After nearly four years of intense debate, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL)--a group of more than 350 lawyers, judges, and law professors--said it is shelving efforts to pursue nationwide legislation that would give software publishers the right to shut down computer programs remotely when users, including school customers, are found in violation of their licensing agreements.

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