California Civil Code

Sec. § 3269


For purposes of this title, the following definitions apply:

(a)

“Year 2000 Problem” means any expected or actual computing, physical, enterprise, or distribution system complications that may occur in any computer system, computer program, software application, embedded systems, embedded chip calculations, or other computing application as a result of the year change from 1999 to 2000. These complications are often associated with the common programming practice of using a two-digit field to represent a year, resulting in erroneous date calculations, an ambiguous interpretation of the term “00,” the failure to recognize the year 2000 as a leap year, the use of algorithms that use the year “99” or “00” as a flag for another function, or the use of applications, software, or hardware that are date sensitive.

(b)

“Information” means any assessment, projection, estimate, planning document, objective, timetable, test plan, test date, or test result related to the implementation or verification of Year 2000 Problem processing capabilities of a computer system, computer program, software application, embedded systems, embedded chip calculations, or other computing application and intended to solve a Year 2000 Problem.

(c)

“Disclosure” and “discloses” mean any dissemination or provision of information without any expectation or right to remuneration or fee therefor.

(d)

“Person” means any individual, corporation, partnership, business entity, joint venture, association, the State of California or any of its subdivisions, or any other organization, or any combination thereof.
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