REVISED UNIFORM FIDUCIARY ACCESS TO DIGITAL ASSETS ACT IS A GOOD IDEA, BUT HAS INHERENT LIMITATIONS
At last report, 19 states including Arizona have enacted the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (RUFADAA for you acronym mavens). One problem that immediately occurs to me is that unless California adopts RUFADAA or something like it, its adoption in other states may not do much good.
Why? Because California is where Google and Facebook are, of course, not to mention Yahoo. At least Microsoft’s home state of Washington has adopted it.
I’ll get more into the details of the legislation in future posts.
The fact that RUFADAA has been adopted in Arizona but not in California is another reason to use (Arizona based) GoDaddy for email and web hosting.
4/19/2018 02:05:31 pm
Great point thank you! I am a paralegal in New York and New Jersey. Does this mean that no one has grounds for a lawsuit of any kind since the law has not passed in California?
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